Hitman Game Patch Archive
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What is an RPKG file?
An RPKG file is a patch archive used by Hitman, a third-person stealth assassin video game. It contains game data, which includes textures, voice dialogue, and other assets that appear in the game.
RPKG files are used as patch files by the deliver to deliver changes to the Hitman game. They are typically added and removed through Steam updates. If you come across the RPKG file in the game's directory do not move it or delete it.
Programs that open RPKG files
Symbian OS Z Drive ROM
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Symbian was an operating system used on several smartphones, including the Nokia N-Gage, N95, 7650, and 3650. It was developed (in succession) by Symbian, Nokia, and Accenture, before being discontinued in the early 2010s.
Users who want to emulate Symbian OS on PCs and Android devices can do so using EKA2L1. This app allows users to load a ROM of both Symbian OS and a Symbian device's Z drive, to use Symbian programs (primarily video games) and files.
Symbian OS ROMs are primarily saved as SYM.ROM files. Disk images of Symbian devices' Z drives are primarily saved as SYM.RPKG files. Users can create RPKG copies of their own Symbian devices' Z drives with Dumberdore, a drive-dumping program for jailbroken Symbian devices. Or, they can use one of the many SYM.RPKG files already available online.
How to open an RPKG file
You can use EKA2L1, a multiplatform Symbian OS emulator, to mount an RPKG file and examine and access its contents. To do so, you will also need an accompanying SYM.ROM file. For more information, refer to EKA2L1's documentation.