Dungeon Machines: Legend Of Grimrock Editor

Yes indeed

I’ve only just found time to start playing Legend of Grimrock, despite awaiting it eagerly for months. Maybe I’ll manage to finish it before the release of the dungeon editor, although the latest post from Almost Human suggests not.

…we’ve reached internal beta! All the features and functionality is done, now all it needs is just a little bit of polishing and bug fixing and then we can unleash it into the wild. We’re getting close to the finish line, folks!

But will it be possible to create a step sequencer using the editor, turning dungeons into giant drum machines? If only a video could answer that question. If only that video was just below these words.

It’s a ‘yes’ then.


  1. Farsearcher says:


    • x1501 says:

      God, this thing is getting annoying.

      • PodX140 says:

        Agreed. It BEGAN as a smile, and now I just grimace everytime I see the stupid thing.

        Can we start classifying it as spam please?

    • Skofnung says:

      This was awful the day it started and it only gets worse.

  2. mrmalodor says:

    Finally, the thing that Grimrock was missing. Dubstep!

  3. JiminyJickers says:


  4. Hoaxfish says:

    I was expecting the “drop” to be into a pit of spiders

  5. Tei says:

    This is not what I expected. Is awesome. I feel like transported to other universe where materia is made of awesomium.

  6. Mrs Columbo says:

    Still haven’t played Grimrock yet: financially embarrassed. I yearn for it.

  7. arccos says:


    Hopefully the modders with consider this a challenge to come up with something even more out there. I don’t just want new dungeons, I want dungeons with high-hats!

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    Hodge says:

    And now I have an urge to somehow implement a tile-based RPG in my MIDI sequencer.