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Level Editor

Category Feature

Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Level Editor, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
8.54
98% 15,861 votes
8.52
97% 21,663 votes
8.45
96% 47,018 votes
8.33
95% 24,314 votes
8.19
97% 1,255 votes
8.17
96% 1,929 votes
8.16
94% 7,102 votes
8.16
97% 1,216 votes
8.09
96% 1,109 votes
8.09
94% 3,824 votes
8.08
99% 411 votes
8.07
94% 3,529 votes
8.02
90% 27,009 votes
7.95
96% 511 votes
7.85
95% 398 votes
7.80
90% 3,465 votes
7.76
92% 682 votes
7.76
96% 162 votes
7.75
97% 131 votes
7.75
97% 145 votes
7.72
90% 1,373 votes
7.66
98% 81 votes
7.62
87% 4,951 votes
7.62
96% 97 votes
7.60
90% 482 votes
7.55
89% 837 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Level Editor is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Level Editor, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Singleplayer 62%
  2. Indie 54%
  3. Casual 45%
  4. Action 42%
  5. 2D 41%
  6. Puzzle 32%
  7. 3D 28%
  8. Strategy 28%
  9. Simulation 26%
  10. Colorful 24%
  11. Multiplayer 23%
  12. Arcade 21%
  13. Platformer 20%
  14. Sandbox 20%
  15. Physics 19%
  16. Pixel Graphics 19%
  17. Adventure 18%
  18. Early Access 18%
  19. Top-Down 17%
  20. Building 17%
  21. Relaxing 17%
  22. Minimalist 17%
  23. Difficult 16%
  24. Family Friendly 16%
  25. Logic 16%
  26. Cute 15%

The Level Editor tag refers to a feature or tool within a video game that allows players to create and customize their own levels or game content. A level editor provides users with the ability to design and build unique gameplay experiences using predefined assets, terrain, objects, and other elements provided by the game.

A level editor typically offers a user-friendly interface where players can place objects, adjust terrain or environment features, set up enemy placements or AI behavior, define objectives or challenges, and even create custom scripts or events. This enables players to craft their own levels with varying degrees of complexity and creativity.

The main purpose of a level editor is to empower players to become creators within the game's world. It gives them the opportunity to express their imagination and design skills by building distinctive levels or scenarios that can be shared with others. Many games with level editors encourage community sharing of created content through online platforms like Steam Workshop.

Some examples of games known for their robust level editors include:

  • Super Mario Maker This Nintendo title for the Wii U and Switch consoles gives players the ability to build custom Super Mario platforming levels using various assets from different eras of Mario games.
  • DOOM (2016) The rebooted DOOM series includes SnapMap, which is an in-game tool allowing users to create new single-player campaign missions as well as multiplayer maps.
  • Sid Meier's Civilization VI While primarily a 4X strategy game, Civilization VI includes a scenario builder that allows players to craft custom scenarios with unique rulesets, victory conditions, civilizations, city-states etc.

In conclusion,"Level Editor" tags indicate that a game includes a built-in tool that permits players to create and modify their own custom levels or content, fostering creativity, experimentation, and community engagement within the game's ecosystem.

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