External level editor for Crypt of the NecroDancer.
Please see the section Installation if you are having issues running NecroEdit.
- Mouse controls
- Graphical tile and object selection
- Level arrangement and duplication
- Better object placement
- Multiple objects can be stacked on the same tile
- Movable player spawn point
- Additional tiles and objects
- Tiles and objects that are normally inaccessible in the editor can be placed
- Examples: Lava tiles, Golden Lute, Ninja Mask
- Additional settings for objects
- Examples: Lord enemies, single choice items, hidden chests
- Full support for Amplified DLC
Choose a tool from the toolbar at the top of the editor window to get started.
- Left click to place objects or tiles.
- Right click to erase objects or tiles.
- Middle click to move the view around the level.
- Use the mouse wheel to zoom in or out.
NecroEdit requires a copy of Crypt of the NecroDancer to be installed on your computer.
Extract the Windows release archive to your desired installation folder and open
If any errors messages show up when you start NecroEdit, please report the bug by opening an issue on NecroEdit's issue tracker on GitHub.
SFML 2.3 is required. You can install it using your distribution's package manager or from the library's website.
Additionally, a recent version (GLIBCXX >= 3.4.18) of the GNU C++ runtime library (libstdc++6) is required.
Extract the Linux release archive to your desired installation path and run
./NecroEdit in the installation path.
Only 64-bit Linux binaries are provided. To use NecroEdit on 32-bit Linux, a build from source is required.
Building from source
Clone this repository using Git and use CMake to build NecroEdit from source.
git clone https://github.com/Marukyu/NecroEdit.git cd NecroEdit cmake . make
Library and header files for SFML 2.3 (and its dependencies) must be installed.
A C++11 compliant compiler such as GCC 4.8 or Visual Studio 2015 is required to build NecroEdit.
(Game content in screenshots from Crypt of the NecroDancer; Copyright Brace Yourself Games)
- Marukyu (main development of NecroEdit)
- Alexis Martin (OS X compatibility)
- Grimy (Zone 5 support)
- RedMser (fixed a typo in the help message)
License (MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2016-2017 Marukyu
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