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.SC2 File Extension

File Type 1World of Tanks Blitz Model File

3.5 (10 Votes)
CategoryGame Files

What is an SC2 file?

An SC2 file is a model file used by World of Tanks Blitz, a free massively multiplayer online tank battle game. It contains a model of a tank used in gameplay, which includes the gun, turret, engine, and suspension.

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SC2 files are typically only seen by users looking to modify the gameplay of World of Tanks Blitz. However, the SC2 files are saved in a proprietary format and there is no known program that can open SC2 files besides World of Tanks Blitz.

SC2 files can be found in the following location:


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Programs that open SC2 files
Updated 3/28/2018

File Type 2SimCity 2000 City File

4.0 (3 Votes)
CategoryGame Files

.SC2 File Association 2

Game file used by SimCity 2000, a city building simulation game; also used by Streets of SimCity and SimCopter, which enhance the 2D gameplay into 3D; contains specifications for a city's terrain, buildings, roads, water, and other map features; used for map start conditions.

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SC2 files are saved in the Interchange File Format (.IFF files), a format that has been used by many Electronic Arts games.

NOTE: SimCity 2000 was originally released for early Mac platforms and MS-DOS. To play the game in recent versions of Windows, Mac, or Linux, you can use an DOS emulation software such as DOSBox or Oracle's VirtualBox (with DOS installed).

Programs that open SC2 files
Updated 6/24/2011

File Type 3Sample Cell II Instrument Definition

3.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryAudio Files

.SC2 File Association 3

Contains a single instrument definition and references to external audio files used by the instrument; created on Macintosh and Windows platforms, but incompatible with each other.

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Does not contain actual audio data.

Programs that open SC2 files
Sample Cell II
FMJ-Software Awave Studio
Sample Cell II
Updated 12/1/2006

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