OGMO Editor Project
|Developer||Maddy Thorson and Friends|
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What is an OGMO file?
An OGMO file is a project file created by OGMO Editor, a free 2D video game level editor. It contains JSON-formatted data that describes a project's name, layers, entities, tilesets, and various settings. OGMO files also specify the file path to where each of a project's level files is stored.
Indie video game developers use OGMO Editor to create levels for 2D video games. They can then save these levels as .JSON files and include them in a video game development project.
Each OGMO Editor level creation project is saved as an OGMO file. OGMO files are renamed JSON files, which include a variety of project data and metadata. For example, each OGMO file includes a project's name, the version of OGMO that created the project, the project's settings, layers, entities, and tilesets (specified from OGMO's Edit Project screen), and the project's default, minimum, and maximum level size.
How to open an OGMO file
You can open an OGMO file with OGMO Editor (multiplatform). Doing so will open the level editor project your OGMO file defines.
You can also open an OGMO file with Microsoft Visual Studio Code (multiplatform) or any other text or source code editor. Doing so will allow you to view the JSON data your OGMO file contains.