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NetRadiant NetRadiant is a free and open-source 3D game level editor that utilizes the brush methodology. It is a cross-platform editor, known for its compatibility with Linux Linux, Windows Windows, and FreeBSD FreeBSD operating systems. While it is not currently native to macOS macOS, users have reported successful operation using Wine. The editor enables users to download NetRadiant and start their mapping projects with ease.


Originally developed as a fork of the GtkRadiant project, which was initiated by Id Software. The project is now maintained by a dedicated community compromising gamers, mappers, modders, and game developers. The development of NetRadiant is guided by the contributions and support from the Xonotic and Unvanquished gaming projects.


Offers numerous features that make it a popular choice among level designers and game developers. It serves as a map editor for the id Tech 3 id Tech 3 and id tech 4 engines, with support for newer games such as Xonotic and Warsow. Additionally, NetRadiant includes the Q3Map2 BSP compiler, which enhances map compilation capabilities.


Designed to be compatible with a wide range of games, making it a versatile choice for level editing. Its brush methodology ensures intuitive and efficient editing processes for creating immersive game environments.

Community and Usage

Gained a strong following within the gaming community due to its open-source nature and feature-rich capabilities. It is widely utilized by level designers and game developers to create custom maps, mods, and game experiences. The NetRadiant community actively engages in discussions, contributing to the ongoing development and improvement of the editor.

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