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GTA London Utilities & Editors Contents

Add-on Loaders
Map Editors
INI & FXT Utils
Car Editors
Sound Utils
Add-on Loaders <Top>
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GTA LX - (Authors: Anthony Langford / Matt Williams)
Squidgy Software's solution to all your custom file woes.  This util kicks so much ass I'm amazed that its freeware and has so many capabilities I can hardly name them all here, but here are a few of its features: install new/custom files, view and edit FXT and INI files, view CMP (map) files and save as BMPs, mix custom files, view the missions your current INI has enabled, view the map and style files the current INI is using, restore the original files from the GTA CD, no need to worry about backing up because of GTALX method of installing custom files, and you can run any version of GTA right from GTALX.  That was only part of the list, check the Squidgy Software site for full details and for the latest on the upcoming GTALX 1.50.

  

Map Utilities & Editors <Top>
   
Junction25 - (Authors: Rich Field, Jim Purbrick, and Matt Law)
If you want to make new maps, you're gonna need Junction25.  Its as simple as that.
  • Full Install (1.45MB) (all the required files with an installer)
  • Executable Only (112k) (just the executable - requires that you have MFC42.DLL, and MSVCRT.DLL on your computer, or an earlier version of J25)
  • Documentation (76k) (included with the full install)
  • Mission.ini (2k) (included with the full install)

  
Junction25 2 [BETA] - (Authors: Rich Field, Jim Purbrick, and Matt Law)
The sequel to J25 which will remain forever in beta form.  Junction25 2 includes support for more advanced features such as 3D map viewing.

  
Gman
- (Author: Michael Mendelsohn)
A 32-bit Windows application that can display both FXT and CMP files. It loads, edits, and saves FXT files in both FXT and TXT formats, superseding FXT2TXT.  It will also display and save 256x256 pictures of CMP maps as GIF or BMP.  Check the GTA Ideas Pages for details.

  
GTA LX
- (Authors: Anthony Langford / Matt Williams)
GTA LX stands for GTA Loader eXtreme and as the Squidgy Software webpage says, "It's more than just a Front-End."  GTA LX's feature list is much to long to list here, but I can confidently say that you need this util if you want to easily use new GTA maps and addons.  Not only does it allow you easily add and remove any of the new maps, but it also allows you to view many of the files.

  
M1 v0.95b
- (Author: Sam Jessup)
M1 was the first GTA map editor but was originally made for DOS.  After Junction25 was released Sam created a new version of M1 that was Windows based, and offered a full 3D view.  Later, Sam teamed up with the J25 guys and created the J25-2 beta, also available on this page.

  • M1 (73k)
  • COPS (136k) (Allows for the addition of police routes, hospitals, etc.)
  • MFC .DLLs (580k) (optional - only download if necessary)
  • Open GL (356k) (optional - only download if necessary)

  
Cops v1.0b
- (Author: Unknown)
Allows you to add police routes, hospitals, etc. to GTA maps.

  
GTA Map Locator v1.1
- (Author: Pierre Ingmansson)

GTA map coordinate locator.

  

INI & FXT Utilities & Editors <Top>

  
GTAed2
- (Author: Gain Software)
The first GTA mission.ini editor around was GTAed created by Gavin Rudd.  Gavin is currently developing GTAed2 which is now in the BETA stages of testing.  It allows for insertion of new objects, new cars, and new power-ups.  GTAed2 is a shareware product but is time unlimited so you can use it for as long as you like but you should definitely consider registering it if you find it useful and want to support its development.  Check out Gain Software (the GTAed homepage) for the latest details on GTAed2 and registration details.

  
Gman - (Author: Michael Mendelsohn)
A 32-bit Windows application that can display both FXT and CMP files. It loads, edits, and saves FXT files in both FXT and TXT formats, superseding FXT2TXT.  It will also display and save 256x256 pictures of CMP maps as GIF or BMP.  Check the GTA Ideas Pages for details.

  
FXT2TXT
- (Author: Michael Mendelsohn)
Lets you convert FXT files into TXT files and back again.  Check the GTA Ideas Pages for details.

  
GTA FXT Editor v1.01 - (Author: Martijin Aben)
With this program you can view, edit, and search FXT files.  Check the GTA FXT Editor page for details.

  
FXTEdit v0.1 - (Author: Olivier Mengué)
Currently FXTEdit only allows you to view FXT files.
Check Road-Killers Rendez-Vous for details.

  

Car & Graphic Editors <Top>
  
GTA Cars - (Author: Jeff Mathews)
Ever since Jeff Mathews created GTA Cars it has remained one of the best, if not THE BEST, GTA utility in existence. Rockstar even mentioned Jeff in the credits for GTA: London.  GTA Cars can be used to import and export tiles and cars into and out of GTA and GTA: London.  Not only that, but you can use it to alter the physics of the cars in the game.  In my opinion, it is an essential utility for any GTA fan.

  

Sound Utilities & Editors <Top>


GTA Wave - (Author: Adrian Grucza)
GTA Wave allows you to play, edit, and save the sounds from GTA.

Version 2.0 (Supports GTA)

Version 3.0 (Supports GTA & GTA2)

  
GTA Sound Editor v1.3
- (Author: Ian Howson)
This is a program that allows you to play the sounds from GTA.

      

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