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Author Topic: Computer RPG game mapping software  (Read 89 times)


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Computer RPG game mapping software
« on: February 08, 2021, 06:35:58 AM »

I'm looking for some software, it doesn't have to be free, which can produce maps for the old D&D RPG games like Pool of Radiance, Bard's Tale and Wizardry series. I've had a look at the free ones and there's absolutely nothing I can find that can do what I want with any kind of ease. I'm happy to buy something but only if it has the features I need. Can anyone recommend anything? I'm expecting something that would be able to make maps like those you'd find in the clue books for the above games.