Games that help you make games have been a novel idea for a while now, but Adventurezator takes it a step further. Using the power of Steam Workshop, players can create their own point and click adventures, and share them with the community. Everything is customisable too, including characters, environments and cutscenes.
It’s out on Steam Early Access in just a few days, on July 23rd.
Self-proclaimed as “an emergent adventure game about creating emergent adventure games,” it certainly has that inception feel to it. Here, let me show you with this trailer:
That teaser trailer was made entirely using the in-game cutscene creator too. You’ll also be able to make custom characters (like our Gabe Newell above) and levels before tying it all together in the campaign editor. Once you’re finished, you can ship it to the Steam Workshop to share it with the world.