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2022-04-16 19:24
Kickback

Registered: Apr 2004
Posts: 97
Linux game mapping tool

Anyone know of a good linux based mapping tool?

Something to create/edit large gaming maps.
(with a built in char editor, if possible)

Thanks
James
2022-04-17 07:37
Burglar

Registered: Dec 2004
Posts: 1050
checkout tiled: https://www.mapeditor.org/
2022-04-18 15:37
wil

Registered: Jan 2019
Posts: 46
If it should be for C64/C128 maps, I can recommend CharPad. It runs on Linux via WINE:
https://subchristsoftware.itch.io/charpad-free-edition
https://subchristsoftware.itch.io/charpad-pro

I was using the free edition for a long time but I bought the Pro version last year to support the creator and to have the copy&paste functionality between different instances.

Large maps are possible due to the tile system.
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