.PLAYER File Extension
- Developer by: Re-Logic
- Category: Game Files
What is an .PLAYER file?
.PLAYER file extension is created by Re-Logic. .PLAYER has been classified as Game Files.
.PLAYER is Terraria Mobile Player File
Player profile created and used by the mobile version of Terraria, a 2D sandbox construction action and adventure game; stores a player's game progress, which includes mana points, health, and appearance.
NOTE: The Windows version of Terraria uses the .PLR extension to save player data.
Common PLAYER Filenames
[player name].player - The file is named after the name of the player.
List of all softwares that can open the Terraria Mobile Player File
File Type 2 Pokémon Type Wild Player Data File
Category: Game Files
Game data file used by Pokémon Type Wild, a fan-made Pokémon fighting game for Windows; stores information about playable Pokémon characters, such as their abilities and appearance.
NOTE: Pokémon Type Wild plays similar to Street Fighter and features Pokémon from the franchise such as Gengar, Snorlax, and Swalot.
List of all softwares that can open the Pokémon Type Wild Player Data File
File Type 3 Starbound Player File
Developer by: Chucklefish Category: Game Files Format: Binary
A PLAYER file contains information about a character in Starbound, a 2D space exploration game. It stores character information, such as name, race, hair color, facial hair, clothes colors, damage response, and inventory.
PLAYER files are primarily used by the Starbound game to load saved character information. However, they can also be opened by starcheat, a Starbound save editor. PLAYER files can also be opened and edited by SBSE and StarReader but the programs are no longer maintained.
PLAYER files can be found in the "player" folder in the "Starbound" folder. For example if you purchased Starbound through Steam, the PLAYER files are stored in the following location in Windows:
List of all softwares that can open the Starbound Player File