This tool extracts binary asset data (including the soundtrack in OGG format) packaged with the game Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Humber.
extract.py script with the
-h option for a description of available options:
usage: parse.py [-h] [--pattern PATTERN] [--output DIRECTORY] filename [filename ...] Extract assets from Hotline Miami 2 WAD files positional arguments: filename WAD files to extract optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --pattern PATTERN asset file filter pattern (ex: *.ogg) --output DIRECTORY output directory for asset files
For example, in order to extract the game’s music files only, you could execute the following command:
$ ./parse.py --pattern "*.ogg" hlm2_data_desktop.wad
The relevant WAD files can be found in the
~/.steam/steam/steamapps/common/Hotline Miami 2 directory on Linux.
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