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Dying Light Level Editor Released
14 April, 2015
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Techland released a new Developer Tools pack for its zombie-game Dying Light. Now you can try making your own survival-adventure title with new levels, story and challenges.

To download the pack owners of the game should go to Steam and click the link. Developer Tools is a very extensive level editor, where you can create big city playgrounds, filled with living dead, create mini-games and other cool stuff.

Techland also published some nice video tutorials to show the editor’s main functions. There will be more lessons uploaded later.

Should you need a helping hand to get started, we prepared a set of video guides to explain the ins and outs of our editor, which you can find here. We also plan to release more in-depth videos in the coming weeks to showcase more advanced capabilities of our tools. As always, we’re restlessly waiting for your feedback. Our Developer Tools will be regularly expanded with new possibilities and updates, so what you say and what you create do matter to us. If there’s anything particular that you want to see corrected, speak up!

Techland (via Steam)

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You can upload ready mods to Steam and show them to your friends. This is no ready game engine, but it’s a nice opportunity to try your hand at clever game-design problem-solving.

Source: steamcommunity.com

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