You can now simply create a map (ascii file) which you can assamble to a binary file which mLabyrinth can use and from which you can generate an image of the whole map.
Just download the mLabyrinthTools and maybe the examples.
Usage of mLabyrinthTools:
java -jar "mLabyrinthTools.jar" assamble <in> <out> in Input file out Output file (output is in old map format) java -jar "mLabyrinthTools.jar" disassamble <in> <out> in Input file out Output file (needs to be in old format) java -jar "mLabyrinthTools.jar" imagemap <options> <mapfile> options nostart,nomoney,nosecret,nofinish just leave out a no-whatever to allow this to be seen on map mapfile Input Map file (needs to be in old map format) java -jar "mLabyrinthTools.jar" convert <option> <in> <out> option tonew = convert from old format to new map format toold = convert from new format to old map format. in Input file out Output file When converting your map to the new format you are ask about following things: - money at the starting point (should be around square-size2 * 4), - money to add when a coin is found (should be around money at starting point / 5), - the name of the map and - your name