Dungeon Tile Mapper Alternatives

    Dungeon Tile Mapper is described as 'From Wizards of the West Coast, the Dungeon Tiles Mapper lets you create tiled dungeon maps online for free through your browser using a simple grid-based editor. Just select your tiles and drag them where you want them' and is an website in the Development category. There are more than 10 alternatives to Dungeon Tile Mapper, not only websites but also apps for Windows, Mac, Linux and iPad. The best alternative is MapTool, which is both free and Open Source. Other great sites and apps similar to Dungeon Tile Mapper are Campaign Cartographer (Paid), PyMapper (Free, Open Source), AutoREALM (Free, Open Source) and MapForge (Freemium).

    This page was last updated Jan 6, 2021

    1. MapTool is an online, multiuser, networked, graphical, interactive, programmable virtual tabletop. Requires Java 6+. It can be used for face-to-face play, or Internet role-playing in real time even if your players are on the other side of the world.
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    2. Campaign Cartographer is the leading map making software for games (RPGs, miniatures and wargaming). Campaign Cartographer gives you fingertip control of both the big picture and the small details. Want a large scale map of your adventuring world? A detailed dungeon floorplan?
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      Campaign Cartographer vs Dungeon Tile Mapper opinions
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      It doesn't use tiles, nor allow you to import dungeon tiles
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      • FreeOpen Source
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      Drag and drop tile based mapping program. Multiple layers, create and import your own tilesets, scale for printing and many more features.
    3. AutoREALM is a Free GNU mapping software (a "cartographer") that can design maps of castles, cities, dungeons and more. AutoREALM is generally used by Role-playing Game practicants who enjoy doing their own maps. But it could fits the needs of other people.
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      AutoREALM vs Dungeon Tile Mapper opinions
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      It doesn't use tiles, nor allow you to import dungeon tiles
      Negative comment over 3 years ago

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    4. Map-making software for creating tactical-scale battlemaps for RPGs (or even some boardgames), with a large library of ready-to-use mapping content Add-Ons (including 10 free ones!). Also works with your own artwork/bitmaps, via drag-and-drop.
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    5. With Fractal Mapper, creating worlds has never been so easy! Fractal Mapper is a high-powered mapping system that lets gamers create a wide variety of of maps - dungeons, continents, cities, and more!
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    6. Dundjinni is a full-featured fantasy map creation program. It allows users to create walls and floors, place objects, insert text, and more. It boasts an intuitive interface and an impressive selection of objects and textures (over 190 images).

      Discontinued

      The program has not been updated since 2007.

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    7. Tiamat is Web 2.0 Tile Mapper; Ideal for creating miniature scale maps for role playing and miniature games. Tiamat is FREE to use to create maps. You only pay for the maps and tiles you want exported for personal use. The software is still in beta.
    8. Hextml is a web-based map maker and campaign manager. It uses the best of HTML5 to let you make beautiful hexagonal maps. Maps can be linked together with submaps to design some location with more details. Custom tiles can be imported into the software.
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    9. With the extensive DUNGEONFOG Editor you can draw your RPG tabletop maps with just a few clicks – No more patching up map tiles! Create multi-level dungeons, terrains or entire worlds in an instant.
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