Viewing TGA/DDS Files
Applies to: Epic Mickey, Epic Mickey 2
Download Paint.NET and open your files in there. Paint.NET is a free, open source photo editor that is capable of opening, editing and saving TGA and DDS files.
- I'm not sure if modifying any of the TGA and DDS files actually has an effect on the game. There seem to be equivelant NIF files for most of them.
- There are some temporary files of this kind in HUDElements\Flash\cooked\ in the first game.