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KOF Allstars, help
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Need some guidance on how to access KOF Allstars sounds.
I'm looking to rip some of the character's quotes/grunts.

I got the Unity Studio, the game is being  runned with Unity engine.

I'm totally clueless on how to use the unity studio.
(Turned APK to ZIP) Zip folder
(In-game data, during download section)
Please have a look on these files.
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Hi tatsudojo! Before I tell you how to use Unity Studio (which I recommend getting the newest version called Asset Studio here), I can save you some time by saying this: the APK doesn't seem to contain anything you're looking for (sounds, lines, and whatnot), so you don't have to worry about going through it in Unity Studio/Asset Studio. Instead, you can focus on the downloaded game data. Smile

So, getting started, open up Unity Studio/Asset Studio and navigate to the top left corner of the window. From there, select File, then Load Folder. Navigate to wherever you have the game data stored on your computer, and select the main folder that all of it is located (I selected the com.netmarble.kof folder). Then, wait a bit while Unity Studio/Asset Studio does its thing, it could take a while to load everything in (wait for the little green progress bar down at the bottom of the window to finish). When everything is loaded, navigate to the Asset List tab and you'll see a list of everything that Unity Studio/Asset Studio found. Now, to keep you from scrolling for hours to find every audio clip, I recommend you click on the Type category above the list, allowing you to sort by asset type. Then, scroll down to where the AudioClip type starts appearing, and look through the files. When you find you want to extract (or a whole bunch by single clicking on one and then [Shift] clicking another down the list to select a whole bunch of them), simply right click on it and click Export selected assets. Choose a place to export them to, and voilà, you've got your sound effects!

Included below are just a couple sound files to prove it works! Smile
Namaiki_Skill_01_Voice_01.wav
Namaiki_Skill_01_Voice_02.wav
Namaiki_Skill_02_Sound_01.wav

Hope this helps, cheers!
Currently working on:
Various PSX Soundtracks
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Hey Resistiv!
This helped me a ton! Thanks mate!
So funny hearing Geese "V_Geese_Win_02" He says: "You are not worth, my disgust" hahah, broken english. 
Gonna try out on other android games that runs unity.
Damn, can't wait to rip em out.
Thanks again for the tips. Smile

(10-19-2018, 04:30 PM)Resistiv Wrote: Hi tatsudojo! Before I tell you how to use Unity Studio (which I recommend getting the newest version called Asset Studio here), I can save you some time by saying this: the APK doesn't seem to contain anything you're looking for (sounds, lines, and whatnot), so you don't have to worry about going through it in Unity Studio/Asset Studio. Instead, you can focus on the downloaded game data. Smile

So, getting started, open up Unity Studio/Asset Studio and navigate to the top left corner of the window. From there, select File, then Load Folder. Navigate to wherever you have the game data stored on your computer, and select the main folder that all of it is located (I selected the com.netmarble.kof folder). Then, wait a bit while Unity Studio/Asset Studio does its thing, it could take a while to load everything in (wait for the little green progress bar down at the bottom of the window to finish). When everything is loaded, navigate to the Asset List tab and you'll see a list of everything that Unity Studio/Asset Studio found. Now, to keep you from scrolling for hours to find every audio clip, I recommend you click on the Type category above the list, allowing you to sort by asset type. Then, scroll down to where the AudioClip type starts appearing, and look through the files. When you find you want to extract (or a whole bunch by single clicking on one and then [Shift] clicking another down the list to select a whole bunch of them), simply right click on it and click Export selected assets. Choose a place to export them to, and voilà, you've got your sound effects!

Included below are just a couple sound files to prove it works! Smile
Namaiki_Skill_01_Voice_01.wav
Namaiki_Skill_01_Voice_02.wav
Namaiki_Skill_02_Sound_01.wav

Hope this helps, cheers!

Got one more question, is the "Asset Studio" only capable to read android games that only uses the Unity engine? Or would it work on any android game out there? I kinda wanna test Star Ocean Anamnesis but, the game data is invisible in my game data folder. I'm gonna check around sites or look at the apk and see if there's any audio files. Probably is crypted.
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Ah jeez, I didn't see your question at the bottom, my apologies! Asset Studio only supports Unity Engine games, and can only read Unity based files.
Hope this helps, cheers!
Currently working on:
Various PSX Soundtracks
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(10-28-2018, 10:14 PM)Resistiv Wrote: Ah jeez, I didn't see your question at the bottom, my apologies! Asset Studio only supports Unity Engine games, and can only read Unity based files.
Hope this helps, cheers!

No problem mate, i tried on other android games which didnt work so it means it only supports unity engine games.
Thanks for the reply though.
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