The Editors may take a while to learn how to use, so they might not be for everyone - but do give them a try and see if you are up for it! The Editors are very diverse tools that allow you to edit existing maps, create whole new maps and share your creations with others through the Steam Workshop. We're really excited to see what you guys can come up with!
Check out the "How to Get Started" section below for useful tips and links on how to help you get going. We'll also be happy to answer editor-related questions; you can email those to our Support, post your questions to our blog or to the Steam Community Discussions (links below).
One last note: since the Editors are now officially released, it's recommended that those who were participating in the Beta now opt out of it to ensure they'll get all the latest updates. This is easy to do by right-clicking the games in your Steam Library, choosing Properties and navigating to the BETAS tab. The option to opt out of beta programs should be available in the drop-down menu. Remember to do this for both games.
Frozenbyte Editors: How to Get Started
Please read before trying out the editors!
- Hardware and Software Requirements
- See Editor Wiki Page for installing instructions, FAQ and general tips. This is an open wiki once you've registered, so anyone can edit and post information. We hope that people will share their knowledge with everyone.
- We'll be happy to help with questions unanswered by our the Editor Wiki Page or our blog - you can post your questions either to this thread, or email us: support[at]frozenbyte[dot]com
- Note: Even though the editors look similar, there are actually two separate editors that do have some differences; Trine Enchanted Edition Editor (which is the more advanced of these two) comes bundled with Trine, while the Trine 2 editor comes bundled with... well you guessed it, Trine 2. When asking questions, please make sure to specify which editor you are using (or post in the correct thread.
We hope you have fun playing and experimenting with the editors. Don't hesitate to ask any question either here or by email.