Legend of Grimrock Dungeon Editor enters public beta

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Almost Human's dungeon-plumber Legend of Grimrock places the designer's chisel in your hands today with the public beta test of its level editor (opens in new tab) . A demonstration video shows how players combine Grimrock's accessible dungeon grid layouts and its 350 existing assets with custom scripts and models such as the fabled cow-wagon of ancient prophecy. This is nothing out of the ordinary and a perfectly normal thing.

Almost Human says (opens in new tab) only Steam users receive access to the beta because "it's automatic update system allows us to do frequent incremental updates to quickly patch arising issues." For everyone else, the studio requests assistance with its documentation (opens in new tab) , model and animation exporters (opens in new tab) , and scripting interface (opens in new tab) .

The editor will release for all after the beta completes. Almost Human also announced the creation of a Grimrock section on the Nexus mod network (opens in new tab) accompanying an incoming Steam Workshop page as a repository for all things dungeon, crawling, and bovine.

Omri Petitte

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