.PKG File Extension
File Type 1Symbian Package File
What is a PKG file?
A PKG file is a package created for Symbian OS devices. It contains instructions in plain text format that are required to create a .SIS file, including the vendor name, software dependencies, and application files to copy.
PKG files are used to build a SIS file with the "makesis" command, which is part of the CreateSIS utility.
File Type 2PlayStation Store Downloaded Package
.PKG File Association 2
A PKG file is a file downloaded from Sony's PlayStation Store, an online store with games, movies, and demos for PS3 and PSP devices. It is saved in an encrypted format that is only recognized by compatible Sony devices and is used specifically for downloadable games, game updates, and demos.
Packages downloaded from the PlayStation Store can be transferred to a PSP or PS3 via USB, Memory Stick, or a network connection.
File Type 3Mac OS X Installer Package
.PKG File Association 3
A PKG file is a package of compressed installer files used to install a software program. It is commonly used for installing software in Mac OS X and may be installed individually or referenced by an installer script included with the software.
Double-click the package to install the files. Right-click (Control-click) and select "Show Package Contents" to view the files stored in the package. Apple Installer is the built-in utility for opening PKG files included with Mac OS X.
File Type 4Midtown Madness 2 Model File
.PKG File Association 4
Game data file used by Midtown Madness 2 (MM2), a 3D racing game; saves a 3D model of a car; located within .AR game archives and can be edited with ZModeler.
File Type 5CoCreate OneSpace Modeling Package File
.PKG File Association 5
File created by CoCreate software programs, which are used for 3D modeling; contains the files for a 3D model in a compressed format; used to reduce the size of a model design for transferring over the Internet.
NOTE: CoCreate OneSpace Modeling is now known as CoCreate Modeling. It was also previously known as OneSpace Designer Modeling and SolidDesigner.