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access_time March 20, 2015 at 8:39 PM in Microsoft by Charlie Grammer

Cloudbuilt Level Editor arrives

Ever since Cloudbuilt’s release, fans have been eagerly awaiting the promised level editor. Today Coilworks and Rising Star Games were excited to announce that the wait is over, with the first version of the Cloudbuilt Level Editor “marking an evolution the fastest action-parkour game in the world”.
This level editor brings infinite new possibilities to the game. Featuring integrated Steam Workshop support, uploading and downloading the latest community creations is as simple as pressing a button. Your own Cloudbuilt creations can also be published straight to the Steam Workshop, allowing other players to browse and locate it.
Stated Coilworks, “Arriving at the launch of the level editor a year since Cloudbuilt’s release is a tremendously proud moment for us. First and foremost our goal was to give back to the fans who have made Cloudbuilt possible and we hope this tool shows our gratitude. Players can now create their dream levels and enjoy the work of others with ease. We can only imagine where the community is going to take Cloudbuilt in the future now that level editor is available. Best of luck experimenting and playing!”

In addition, to kick start the library of community-built levels, they have decided to hold a competition. To enter, you simply need to submit a design for a level built in the Cloudbuilt Level Editor to the Steam Workshop by April 20, 2015. The first winner will be selected based solely on the highest community rating meaning that you should publish and promote your masterpiece as soon as possible. The second winner will be chosen by Coilworks, who will base their decision on creativity and level design.
These winners will receive a Mad Catz R.A.T. Tournament Edition gaming mouse, as well as a Mad Catz G.L.I.D.E. Tournament Edition gaming mouse pad.
What sort of crazy creations will we see?


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