There are 2 file types use the .LVL file extension:
1. Game Level File
Contains level data for a computer game; may include a level map, characters, objects, and other data that is used to create the level; typically saved in groups.
LVL files are used by a number of different games including LucasArts Star Wars Battlefront, Parallax Descent 2, Rockstar Games Max Payne, WOM Games Snood, and Lasertank.
Game level files typically should not be opened manually, since they are automatically loaded by the corresponding program. However some LVL files can be edited using a level editor such as the LVL Extractor for Star Wars BattleFront levels.
Updated: December 16, 2008
2. Android Motion Video Thumbnail File
Thumbnail file created by the default video player included with some Android devices; contains a stop frame for a motion video that has played on the device and usually is saved with several other LVL files.
LVL files are created within the /.thumbnails/ directory on the device's internal storage. They can safely be deleted, but Android will recreate new ones when you play your next video.
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Updated: February 6, 2016