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.TED File Extension

File Type 1Alamo Map File

DeveloperPetroglyph Games
Popularity
3.5 (11 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

What is a TED file?

Map used by games that use the Alamo gaming engine, which was developed by Petroglyph Games; contains a single or multiplayer level and includes terrain, weather, props, faction units, starting locations, and triggers; can be used to store and edit custom game maps.

More Information

Petroglyph Games that use TED map files include:

  • Star Wars: Empire at War
  • Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption
  • Universe At War: Earth Assault
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Programs that open TED files
Windows
LucasArts Star Wars: Empire at War
UAW Mod Tools
Mac
LucasArts Star Wars: Empire at War
Updated 5/10/2010

File Type 2TouchMagix Editable Document Template

DeveloperTouchMagix Media
Popularity
3.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

.TED File Association 2

Project template file created by TouchMagix Creative Suite, a program used for editing interactive applications for the TouchMagix human motion sensor systems; contains a template for developing a TouchMagix application.

More Information

TED files are used as a baseline for developing games and marketing materials.

Programs that open TED files
Updated 3/31/2011

File Type 3Tribes 2 Game Data File

DeveloperSierra Entertainment
Popularity
1.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatN/A

.TED File Association 3

Game data file used by Tribes Vengeance, a strategy-based 3D action game; contains level data used for both single and multi-player campaigns; stored in the "\TRIBES\base\missions" directory.

Programs that open TED files
Windows
Sierra Tribes Vengeance
Updated 9/17/2008

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