Linux users can now install and use nbtEditor, the official editor for the popular NBT-based game engine.
nbtEdit will be available for Windows, Mac, and Linux on March 12th.
It’s a good sign for Linux gamers, who have seen many developers release their own editors for their games.
They’re often based on the NBT codebase, which allows the game to load and run on all platforms.
However, nbteditor is the first NBT editor for Linux, and it’s a huge step forward in terms of quality and usability.
It supports NBT files from the popular popular open source NBT library, so it’s also useful for any NBT game, such as Doom, Half-Life, and other popular titles.
The program supports the standard OpenCL, which is the programming language for modern game engines.
While the editor isn’t officially supported by the Valve-owned engine, you can install it and use it with just a few clicks.
There are two versions available, the “official” nbtedit and “nbteditor Lite,” which both include an icon that reads “nxt editor.”
If you already have nbtEd, you’ll just need to download the official installer.
If you’re a Linux gamer, this is a great opportunity to get started with nbt editing.
It’s not a major upgrade, but it’s good to have nxt editing support.
I’m excited to see what Valve will do with it in the future.