|⇒ Category:||Game Files|
📌 This precise .BMZ format standard is related to the game maps designed for Portal, a three-dimensional puzzle-solving gaming project with first-person viewing perspective. In detail, the .BMZ file object consists of an embedded bonus map, which can be drawn by the third-party developers from the open online community. Particularly, the .BMZ container involves a .ZIP archive of .BNS (script), .TGA (logo), and .BSP (map) files. Bonus maps can be manually imported into the Portal game by selecting “Bonus Maps” from the in-game menu, picking “Import Bonus Maps...” option, and then specifying the relevant .BMZ data sample.
|⇒ Category:||Raster Image Files|
📌 Alternate definition of the .BMZ extension corresponds to the bitmap image (.BMP) compressed via .GZ or .ZIP algorithm. This relevant .BMZ container type is applied for reducing the size of bitmap images for graphical data transmission or compression across the world wide web. The following .BMZ archive category can be decompressed with many typical, essential unpackaging tools to retrieve the original, source .BMP file for further application. This accurate .BMP file instance fits for both compressed and raster image files. Therefore, it can be effortlessly opened by any standard archiver (WinRAR, WinZip, 7-Zip, etc.).
📌 Depending on the source app which has created the outcome .BMZ instance, the file can be opened up via various dedicated toolkits and suites. For instance, if the original .BMZ object stores a custom Portal map, you may accurately import the desired .BMZ map into the game through an internal in-game menu. Before you manage to import the map into the Portal environment, make sure that the game is properly downloaded and installed onto your hard disk. On the other hand, if the .BMZ file definition relies on .ZIP or .GZ compression, you may effortlessly decompress the file contents into a custom folder with the aid of an ordinary archiver.