|Original author(s)||Thorbjørn Lindeijer|
|Developer(s)||Thorbjørn Lindeijer and others|
|Initial release||June 15, 2004|
|Operating system||Windows, Linux and macOS|
|Type||Video game development|
|License||GNU General Public License|
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Tiled Map Editor is a free cross-platform 2D level editor for developing video games of multiple genres and engines. It supports tile maps in the orthogonal, isometric and hexagonal projections and freely positioning objects in the level. It also supports custom properties and plugins to support other map formats. It is developed in C++ using the Qt toolkit. 
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