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Developer(s) Kay Bruns
Initial release September 1, 1993 (1993-09-01)
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Available in Multilingual
Type Media player
License Freeware
Website Mod4Win

Mod4Win is a media player for module files written by Kay Bruns. It is skinnable, multi-format freeware. It was one of the first Mod players for the Windows platform.

Mod4Win was first released by Kay Bruns in 1993. Development was suspended in May 1999.


  • History 1
    • Initial release 1.1
    • Final "Unrestricted Beta" Release 1.2
  • Features 2
    • Formats 2.1
  • External links 3
  • References 4


Initial release

The first fully functional model of MOD4WIN was released in September 1993 and it was a pre-release. The first shareware release was done on November 28, 1993. The first commercial version was released on January 14, 1994.

Final "Unrestricted Beta" Release

The developer released the final beta, version 2.40, as an unrestricted application after development was suspended.[1]



External links

  • Official Mod4Win website


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