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Dungeon Demon closed beta begins June 1st

Terrace, BC, Canada. May 25 2010. Rusty Axe Games is excited to announce that applications are being accepted for closed beta testers for its forthcoming dungeon editing system. Geared towards pencil and paper and computer adventure game developers alike, Dungeon Demon is an easy to use map editor that comes with enough great looking artwork that novice and pro adventure designers will be designing gorgeous maps in minutes. The closed beta test will begin on June 1st, 2010.

Dungeon Demon is a top down, graphical object oriented editor that mixes tiling and simple graphical object editing to produce a fast and easy to use dungeon editor. Users can specify up to nine named graphics layers, each with an optional grid system. Legend items can be dropped into any layer and can be used for traditional text markup or for more technical purposes if being used for computer game map editing. Maps can be printed, exported as bitmaps or saved in a flexible XML format for use by other programs. Find out more at www.RustyAxe.com/apps/dd/index.php.

Closed beta signup can be found here: http://www.rustyaxe.com/apps/dd/beta_signup.php

Some art pack images can be found here:

The Crypt: http://www.rustyaxe.com/apps/dd/screenShots/apCrypt.jpg

Printer Friendly Dungeon Art Pack: http://www.rustyaxe.com/apps/dd/screenShots/apPfap.jpg

Some sample maps:

Dungeon Keeper's Quarters: http://www.rustyaxe.com/apps/dd/screenShots/dungeon1.jpg

Crypt Entry: http://www.rustyaxe.com/apps/dd/screenShots/cryptEntry.jpg

Mage Keep: http://www.rustyaxe.com/apps/dd/screenShots/billiam1.jpg

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