are there ways of extracting 3d models from old java phone games?
>>692939Depends on the util they used for rendering the models. Runescape doesn't actually have any "models" or "animations" as those things are actually hardcoded with floating values to account for worldspace. Yes, you read that right, they don't actually have bones and have hardcoded the vertex locations for animations.
>>693000Don't hate on my jiggly polygons. I'll rek u, 1v1 me in the wildy. Bring ur bank.
>>693033I'll catch you there ***** don't sweat me right now n166@
>>693040Better watch out, my cuz works for Jagex. I got mem 4 life. He'll ban your @$$ if u fuc |< with me.
>>693047i don't give a f (_) |< noob
Can you even emulate these games? When can I play those 20 or so SMT cell phone games?
>>692939Go take a look at the Xentax.com forums.
>>692939.jar files can be extracted as .zip if you change the extension, you might find something
>>693521https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.playsoftware.j2meloaderOn your phone, in fact.
If you don't tell me where to find this game right now so help me
>>692939depends on what tool was used to make the model and the engine of the gamesome models in .b3d like in Castle 3D can be converted models like in Deep 3D can't because they are coded like >>693000 said.mbac or .mtra are from Mascot Capsule's 3D Rendering Engineyou can download a tool to see the modelin their sitebut i don't think you can convert back to obj or something likemaybe ninja ripper?