May 2, 2012 12:00 PM | Danny Cowan
Hitbox Team has launched an update for its janitor-starring "sweep-'em-up" platformer Dustforce, adding Mac support, new stages, and a variety of level-editing features.
Dustforce players can now create their own custom single-player and multiplayer levels using an in-game map editor. These maps can then be shared at Dustforce's level-sharing website, which allows fellow players to rate all user-submitted creations.
The update also refines the game's progression system. "The previous system required a perfect score to unlock each new door," explains Hitbox Team's Lexie Dostal. "The new key system allows for a more accessible difficulty curve, while keeping the challenge for hardcore gamers as high as before."
Dustforce is available via Steam, and is on sale for $4.99 until May 3rd.