Screenshot Showcase Series – October 2014

Welcome to the Screenshot Showcase Series (SSS)!

On the 15th of every month, we will here present you the most stunning and most exciting screenshots of the preceding four weeks from all over the entire custom level community.

Do you want to keep an eye on what’s being built at the moment, or gather inspiration for your own custom level? Then this is the place to be! Always keep in mind, though, that the shown levels will still be work in progress.

Whether or not they will ever make it to a release remains uncertain. However, we would not want you to miss out on them anyway.

Titak surprises us with new pictures from the sequel to of Mists of Avalon. She has stated that it will take at least another two years until its release. Well, as you know, pleasant anticipation can be quite a joyful experience.


Mists of Avalon – Part 2 by Titak (found at: Tomb Raider Forums)

If cathedrals are to your liking, you might want to take a closer look at Forgotten Remnants by Caesum.


Forgotten Remnants by Caesum (found at: Tomb Raider Forums)

An old manor house that shines in new splendour is presented to us by KyleCroft.


Manor by KyleCroft (found at: Tomb Raider Forums)

To round it off, here are two thriving projects that currently emerge from the recently completed Back to Basics.


(untitled) by tombraiderxii (found at: Tomb Raider Forums)


Don’t Kill the Monkeys! by Dino (found at:

See you next time!

8 thoughts on “Screenshot Showcase Series – October 2014

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