Scalable Vector Graphics File
📌 An .SVG file type corresponds to the graphical object, stored in a two-dimensional vector graphic format created by the W3C consortium. As a matter of fact, it stores data that describes a visual image in a textual representation and relies on XML markup. .SVG graphic samples may also contain vector shapes, embedded text and raster graphics (also spread out as bitmap images). The data extension refers to the open standards, designed under the W3C with specific pinpoint contributions from Adobe enterprise. Initially the specification was presented to the public in 2001. Since that period, a few subsequent editions have been released afterwards, particularly SVG 1.1, SVG Tiny 1.2, and SVG 2.0.
Saved Game File
📌 Saved game file made up by various games, including Grand Theft Auto 2, Return to Castle Wolfenstein, and Quake III: Team Arena. This sub-specification of .SVG data instance saves player progress in a game and allows it to resume further progress within a gaming session. Usually, this kind of container is saved by the game without a user obligation to manually access, view and track the actual file itself. As long as different games apply distinct format categories for SVG resources, you may need to attempt referencing various program solutions before being able to open the .SVG object contents.
How to open an .SVG file?
📌 Graphic .SVG instances can be revealed, viewed and handled by various visual editors, available for unrestricted download from the official web-pages, dedicated to a particular project. The .SVG content varies with transparent structure, able to be reviewed without preparing any auxiliary software, its tweaking and configuration. In nontypical cases, .SVG game saves can be opened up by active in-game editor, or with the assistance of plain text editor in case the game editor is not bundled within the distributive package, installed from the optical disk and downloaded from the online-store.