I'm a programmer who dug deep into the bowels of the Westwood Studios games (mostly Command & Conquer 1) to fix bugs and add new features.
Recently, I've been getting interested in old game file formats, starting with the graphics from the Westwood games, but quickly moving on to other types and games.
My projects are:
- Westwood Font Editor, an editor for fonts based on indexed images.
- Engie File Converter, a program to convert sprite formats from a multitude of games.
- Librarian, a simple tool to manipulate game archives.
- Westwood Strings Editor, a tool to edit game text in dedicated strings files.
Most of these started their life as one or more simple (often command-line) tools to use on one single file type, which eventually got merged and expanded to support more file types.