Hello, captains! I'm Fernando, from Spain, and I have a simple question that you can realize by reading the title of this thread: Is there any possibility to extract/uncompress the .pak files of Privateer's Bounty: Age of Sail II? I do little modifications by modifying the configuration archives with notepad, but I want to make a bit more and I can't do nothing due to I find no way to extract those .pak files. Those .pak files (images.pak with 42.9MB, models.pak with 15.1MB and textures.pak with 162.5MB) are located in the resource folder, in the main directory of the game: When I was looking for some solution, I realized that, as you can see in the last image I've put, there is a folder called UpdatePak. Within that folder, we can see these files: A pak.exe, pakman.exe, a readme.txt that says: , a suspicious unpak.exe (I suspect that it can help me to "unpack" the .pak files because of every time I execute it by putting over that .exe a .pak file, a cmd windows launches and I can see unlegible text running by that cmd windows in a kind of unpacking operation until the same windows closes automatically. I think too this unpak.exe unpacks that files due to when I try to execute it with a different and bigger .pak file (e.g. textures.pak) this operation takes a longer time than the other and smaller .pak files. Later an update_new_pak.bat, update_new_pak.exe, update_pak.bat and .scc file called vssver.scc whose function I don't know what is. In the end, I was trying with different unpackers or unzippers wich support .pak files, but all of them give me different errors wich say something like "unsupported/unknown .pak format". I'm running over a Windows 7 x64 system. Please, help. Thank you very much for reading my message.