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AMX PWN Decompiler Download - How to Convert AMX Files to PWN Files

If you are a GTA San Andreas or SA-MP modder, you might have encountered AMX files, which are compiled scripts that run on the SA-MP server. AMX files are binary files that are not human-readable, and they can be hard to edit or modify. However, there is a way to convert AMX files back to PWN files, which are the source code files that can be edited with a text editor or an IDE. This process is called decompiling, and it can be done with a tool called DeAMX.


What is DeAMX?

DeAMX is a tool that can decompile AMX files to PWN files. It was created by trc_, and it is available for download on GTA-Expert. DeAMX can decompile most AMX files, but it is not perfect. Some AMX files might be obfuscated or encrypted, which means they are deliberately made hard to decompile. Some AMX files might also use custom opcodes or plugins, which means they use features that are not part of the standard SA-MP scripting language. In these cases, DeAMX might not be able to decompile them correctly, or at all.

How to Use DeAMX?

To use DeAMX, you need to download it from GTA-Expert and extract it to a folder. Then, you need to copy the AMX file you want to decompile to the same folder as DeAMX. Next, you need to open a command prompt window and navigate to the folder where DeAMX is located. Then, you need to type the following command:

deamx.exe [filename].amx

Replace [filename] with the name of the AMX file you want to decompile. For example, if you want to decompile test.amx, you would type:

deamx.exe test.amx

Press enter and wait for DeAMX to finish decompiling. If successful, you will see a message saying "Done!". You will also find a new file in the same folder as DeAMX, with the same name as the AMX file but with a .pwn extension. This is the decompiled PWN file. You can open it with a text editor or an IDE and edit it as you wish.

What are the Limitations of DeAMX?

As mentioned before, DeAMX is not a perfect tool. It has some limitations and drawbacks that you should be aware of before using it. Here are some of them:

  • DeAMX does not preserve comments, indentation, variable names, or formatting of the original PWN file. The decompiled PWN file will look messy and unreadable. You will have to manually clean it up and make sense of it.

  • DeAMX does not support all features of the SA-MP scripting language. Some custom opcodes or plugins might cause errors or incorrect output. You will have to manually fix them or remove them.

  • DeAMX does not respect the intellectual property rights of the original authors of the AMX files. Decompiling someone else's AMX file without their permission is unethical and illegal. You should only use DeAMX for your own AMX files or for educational purposes.

Are There Any Alternatives to DeAMX?

If you are looking for other tools that can decompile AMX files to PWN files, you might want to check out these alternatives:

  • Lysis: Lysis is a sourcepawn/pawn plugin decompiler that can convert SMX or AMXX files to human-readable source code. It was created by BAILOPAN and ported to Java by peace-maker. It has a web interface that allows you to upload and download files online.

  • Easy DeAMX: Easy DeAMX is a modified version of DeAMX that has a graphical user interface (GUI) that makes it easier to use. It was created by Slice and it is available for download on SA-MP Forums. It also has some features that improve the output of the decompiled PWN file.


In this article, we have learned how to download and use DeAMX, a tool that can decompile AMX files to PWN files. We have also learned about the limitations and drawbacks of DeAMX, and some alternatives that might offer better results. Decompiling AMX files can be useful for learning, debugging, or modifying SA-MP scripts, but it should be done with caution and respect. We hope you found this article helpful and informative.


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