RPG map editor Alternatives

    RPG map editor is described as 'Simple online map editor'. There are more than 10 alternatives to RPG map editor, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Android, iPhone and Self-Hosted solutions. The best alternative is Eigengrau's Generator, which is both free and Open Source. Other great sites and apps similar to RPG map editor are Dungeon Map Doodler (Free), Dungeon Scrawl (Free), donjon.bin.sh (Free) and Tabletop RPG Map editor 2 (Free).

    This page was last updated Jun 20, 2020

    1. Eigengrau's Essential Establishment Generator is a tabletop procedural generation tool for towns, NPCs and much more. It creates paragraphs of text suitable to be read directly to players during a game.
    2. Dungeon Map Doodler is a free, online tool for creating dungeon maps for tabletop role-playing games. Create a dungeon from scratch or use the "Generate Dungeon" option to roll up a random one and then edit it to your needs with a full suite of editing tools.
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    3. A dungeon scrawling tool by ProbableTrain.
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    4. donjon.bin.sh is a freely accessible, online collection of random generators and other tools for pen-and-paper role-playing games. The collection provides a comprehensive range of advanced generators for creating names, demographics, maps, adventures and even entire worlds.
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    5. For the last 20 years, I’ve been playing tabletop RPGs with friends on a very regular basis. I’ve spent a huge amount of time writing scenarii and missions. I did it with traditional pen & papers at first, and with Google Docs afterwards.
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    6. Dungeon Mapper is a map-making tool to easily create grid-based maps for your actually (retro)played computer games ~ dungeon-crawlers ~ cRPGs ~ in the web browser and online publishing.
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    7. Mipui is an online, grid-based map editor, with focus on simplicity and collaboration - all edits appear in real-time to other viewers.
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      • FreeProprietary
      • Online
      For the last 20 years, I’ve been playing tabletop RPGs with friends on a very regular basis. I’ve spent a huge amount of time writing scenarii and missions. I did it with traditional pen & papers at first, and with Google Docs afterwards.
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    8. Your wet erase mat. Online.
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    9. A little Javascript/SVG application to create dungeon maps for role-playing games. * Free to use! * Everything is dedicated to the Public Domain. * Offline use, just download the file.
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