.TED File Extension

A .TED file is a Alamo Map File, created by Petroglyph Games.

Open with LucasArts Star Wars: Empire at War. Available for Windows and Mac.

What is a .TED file?

The .TED file extension is used for a type of file called an Alamo Map File. These files are important for video games that run on the Alamo gaming engine, which was made by a company called Petroglyph Games. The .TED file contains all the details needed to create a game level. This includes the layout of the land, the weather conditions, objects that can be placed around the map, the groups or teams that are part of the game, where each team starts, and special actions that can happen during the game. These files are great for people who like to make their own custom levels for games.

To open a .TED file, you can use specific programs. One popular game that uses .TED files is "LucasArts Star Wars: Empire at War." There are also tools called UAW Mod Tools that can open these files, mainly used for modifying game content. Another game that uses .TED files is "LucasArts Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption." These programs allow you to view or edit the map files.

Games that are known to use .TED map files include "Star Wars: Empire at War," its expansion "Star Wars: Empire at War: Forces of Corruption," and "Universe At War: Earth Assault." These games all have exciting worlds and levels that are built using .TED files. So, if you're interested in creating or modifying game levels in these games, knowing how to work with .TED files is essential.


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