Game designer Terry Cavanagh, known for his impressive work on Super Hexagon and ruthless platformer VVVVVV, released a considerable update for his quirky dungeon crawler, Dicey Dungeons. The title offers a procedurally generated experience, with six different dice for players to choose from to dive into the dungeons. Although no two playthroughs are the same, the new Dicey Modgeons update brings modding tools for players to mingle with and create their own experiences to share with the community.
The Dicey Modgeons is now the official standalone editing and creating mods for Dicey Dungeons. The developer's Steam blog post goes into more detail on what is on offer. Players can create, edit and modify most of the game's assets, including enemies, characters, equipment, and even bosses. Cavanagh promised more tools and features will be released later down the line.
Dicey Modgeons makes modding the game much easier - you can use the editor to create new equipment, create or modify enemies, edit scripts, define new episode rules, and lots more! As modding support continues to expand for Dicey Dungeons, this tool will also be getting updated with new features!
The update doesn't only bring the new modding tool, as it addresses numerous bugs and reported issues. Other than that, there are a few quality of life additions to improve the overall gameplay. Dicey Dungeons now support high DPI monitors, giving people a better-looking game on even default settings. In addition to that, window size and position are now permanent once you save them. The Gold and Silver Dagger received considerable buffs, decreasing their size lot and removing their upgrade restriction.
We can't wait to see all the wacky creations the Dicey Dungeons community comes up with. Make sure to share them with us on our socials whenever you can, and go wild with your modding.