A resource pack (also referred to as a "content pack") allows you to use different textures and audio files in Toontown Rewritten. So far this is the only modification available for Toontown Rewritten, which means it is not possible to modify models.
To use resource packs, make a new folder named "resources" and then place the phase files from the resource pack into the resources folder and place it into your Toontown Rewritten folder, which is the same folder where your "logs" and "screenshots" are stored. The phase files that can be used range from phase_3 to phase_13.
To remove a resource pack, simply rename the "resources" folder or remove the phase files from the folder.
Opening phase files
In order for a resource pack to appear different and to change the look of a game, the phase files must have a client-sided edit. You can edit phase files by opening opening and extracting them into .mf files with a tool called "multify" in Panda3D.
For more information about phase files, visit here.
- At one point, it was possible to modify models but this modification was no longer possible since ttr-beta-v.1.3.2 to prevent cheating. This was likely how some players could access Bossbot Headquarters before it was released.
- (174) President Flippy's Wild Line
- July 5, 2014 [ttr-beta-v1.3.2]
- • Custom resources now only loads textures and sounds to prevent cheating by editing/removing models.
- Main article: Resource pack/Gallery
- Category:Resource Pack (for media where the resource pack is either untitled or its name is unknown.)
- Category:Resource Pack (Toontown Nightlife Rewritten)
- Category:Resource Pack (DIP)