.BLB File Extension
- Developer by: Dreamworks Interactive
- Category: Game Files
What is an .BLB file?
.BLB is Dreamworks Resource File
Archive that contains game data for Dreamworks games, such as "The Neverhood" (released in 1996); may include several different types of media, such as background images, music, sound effects, and videos.
BLB files are game data files and are not meant to be opened manually. However, you may be able to extract the contents of a BLB file using a third-party tool, such as BLB Extractor.
Programs that open Dreamworks Resource File
File Type 2 Interactive Fiction Package Game File
Developer by: Andrew Plotkin Category: Game Files
Game package file used by Interactive Fiction (IF) interpreters such as Zoom or Spatterlight; similar to a .BLORB file; contains the story and other files that enhance gameplay; includes resource files for sound effects, cover art, and music.
BLB files containing Glulx games will most likely appear with the .GLB or .GBLORB extension. BLB files containing Z-code games often appear with .ZBLORB or ZLB extensions.
NOTE: Most Glulx games are contained in BLB files, whereas a small amount of Z-machine games use the format.
Programs that open Interactive Fiction Package Game File
File Type 3 Blob Data File
Category: Data Files
Collection of data stored in a binary format known as a "Binary Large Object" or "BLOB;" used by various database programs to store large amounts of data; often used as a data type for database fields that contain images or other multimedia data.
Blob files are also used to transfer large amounts of data from one database to another. This process is sometimes referred to as "blobbing" the data to another database.