Open 2DX file

2DX files: what are they and how do I open them?

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XWE software uses this file type to manage WAD files data, including graphics or audio contents

Files with 2dx extension can be found as game files handled with eXtensible WAD editor for management lumps of Doom's wad files.

Further details:

File extension 2dx is associated with the XWE (eXtensible WAD editor), a software for managing the lumps of WAD files that are used by various computer games based on id Tech 1 video game engine (Doom Engine).

A typical .2dx file stores some kind of data used by XWE, including graphics or audio contents.

Open file with:

XWE

A lump editor capable of managing the lumps from .wad files

2dxTools

A set of tools for working with 2dx audio containers

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