There are 2 file types use the .MODE file extension:
1. Ninja Kiwi Game Data File
A MODE file is a data file used by Ninja Kiwi games, such as Bloons Monkey City and Bloons Tower Defense 5. It contains game data, such as information about challenges, missions, maps, special missions, and game difficulty.
Most users that play Ninja Kiwi games will not see MODE files since MODE files are typically stored inside the "GameModeDefinitions" folder in the "Assets" folder of a Ninja Kiwi game installation. These files should not be moved from their location.
MODE files are meant to be referenced by Ninja Kiwi games and are not meant to be opened. However, since MODE files are saved in plain text, they can be opened by a text editor.
|Any text editor|
Updated: August 10, 2018
2. Coda Syntax Mode File
Plugin file used by Coda, a Web development application for Mac; used by the Coda text editor and enables syntax highlighting and intelligent suggestions to be made while typing source code; allows third parties to enable new language support in Coda.
You can set the text editor mode by choosing ~/Library/Application Support/Coda 2/Modes/ directory.in Coda. You can install a MODE file by placing it in the
|Panic Coda 2||Paid|
Updated: October 13, 2012