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Here's part two of the Project Stormos Level Editor walkthrough. It shows off some of the newest features since the last demo.

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Hello again Project Stormos followers! Here is part two of the level editor tutorials. Here we're going to show off how users can choose their own music and background for the levels they design.

In the lower left hand corner, just click either the Music or Background buttons to open their respective menus. Click a music choice and that will play during your level play through. Click a new background and it will automatically switch without changing the rest of your level. Background and music selections will be saved in the .psl files so people who are playing your levels will also have those choices!

Remember you can get a demo of Project Stormos at the Project Stormos Kickstarter right now at this link-

Kickstarter.com

Send me a message there and I'll get you a demo of the game with the level editor included.

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Theon
Theon - - 713 comments

What is this, why does it look so awesome, and why haven't I ever heard of it before?

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RobStorm Author
RobStorm - - 30 comments

This is Project Stormos my friend, a hardcore platformer where you can finish entire levels without touching the ground or any platformers. It rocks many socks

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Kokumotsu
Kokumotsu - - 528 comments

you should add another green spinning cursor thingy

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RobStorm Author
RobStorm - - 30 comments

That's actually a power orb. You need those in order to do the aerial dash. As you hit orange orbs or enemies, you gain more power orbs.

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