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    save custom map

    I know in some games you can make your own level, and save it to some kind of file. Then you can load the file from the game. Are there anay kinds of tutorials on this?

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    Re: save custom map

    The best Level Editor Example is here.

    My Springy Example is not as good, don't use that as it might explode your mind with complication.

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    Re: save custom map

    ok thanks

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    Re: save custom map

    I have one too

    http://rickyrombo.byethost2.com/games/Level%20Editor.php

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    Re: save custom map

    Thanks RickyRombo. I like this.

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    Re: save custom map

    Yes, Ricky's is very nice also

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    Re: save custom map

    thanks, i found alot of help, but it was kind of confusing so i think im going to use the binay one. how can i incorperate it with actual objects, not just a piece of a picture?

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    Re: save custom map

    You can also try the Level-Save Object. Once you create the actual editor you can use that to save and load levels.

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