Posted 01 March 2010 - 12:58 PM
From Filext.com: "Detailed information for file extension BIN:
Primary association: Binary File
Mime type: application/octet-stream, application/bin, application/binary, application/x-msdownload
Other applications associated with file type BIN:
AVG (Update File) by AVG Technologies
The file names typically relate to the update number. For example Update Number. 7.0.211 is in the file U7F211.BIN; Update Number. 7.0.2 is in the file U7lX2.BIN; and so on. The file is usually deleted by the updater but might be left behind. The identifying characters used for this association are - Hex: 4D 5A 20 41 56 47 , ASCII: MZ AVGProgram ID: AVG.Update
CDRWin (CD Image File)
Often, this is an .ISO file. IsoBuster can interpret these files directly. Also Bin2Iso can be used to convert to the ISO format which can be burned to a disc. Related links: IsoBuster Data Recovery Tool, Bin2Iso
Although not required, some Linux programs use the .BIN extension. The Mime types used with this association are: application/octet-stream.
MacBinary Archive Format (Often used on Macintosh.)
This association is classified as Archive. The Mime types used with this association are: application/macbinary, application/x-macbinary, application/x-stuffit.
Micrografx Designer 7 Project Image
MTK Chipset (GPS Tracklog)
Manage iBlue, Qstarz BT-Q1000 and iTrek Z1 GPS data loggers on Windows, Palm, WinCE, Linux and Mac (opensource). The identifying characters used for this association are - Hex [position 5]: 00 04 01
Perceptron Scanner File
Related links: RapidForm Free Viewer"
If this is a legit game (sorry, if I'm worng, but I doubt it's legit) try and mount it with DAEMON Tools Lite (free) (you may need to change the file type from "All Supported images" to "All Files"
Otherwise, I know .bin's best as a linux executable, which will not run on a windows.
If I'm posting, I probably have something horribly wrong with my computer, there's no obvious explanation for it, that's just the way it is.