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Jump King Steam Workshop Encourages Fan-Made Content

Swedish game developer Nexile have released a Steam Workshop update for their 2D pixel art platforming adventure game, Jump King, With the addition of mod support, the developer is encouraging more players to become community creators for the title.

Available in the update is the new Jump King Worldsmith tool, which will aid creators in the development of their fan-made content. For example, this tool can be used to create new game levels and skins.

The developer explained that their intention for this update is to provide a new source of content for fans of the game. With Steam Workshop support and the new tool, the developer aims to assist the community’s efforts in creating custom content while attracting new potential mod creators.

After launching in May 2019, Jump King went on to see some success by being played by several larger streamers towards the end of the release year. The developer went on to work with Ukiyo Publishing to bring Jump King to consoles in June 2020, seeing releases on Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One. During that same year and well into the next year, the game leaped onto the V-Tubing scene further increasing its exposure. With a presence in so many online communities, the game established itself as a staple for content creators.

The Jump King Steam Workshop Update went live on Steam on February 16, 2024. Creators can fin the workshop tab under the Jump King game. Three categories of tags are featured: Levels, Skins, and Mods. Content can be subscribed to by players via the Steam Application and through the in-game menu.

Jump King Availability

Jump King is available on Windows PC via Steam and for $12.99 and on consoles for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox for $12.99.

For more information visit the game’s official website at

Jump King Workshoppe Update! | Nexile

Publisher and Developer Information


Nexile is a game development company based in Uppsala, Sweden. Jump King is the team’s first commercial title. The studio’s founding group of four young developers initially met during their studies at Uppsala University in Gotland, Sweden. With a starting goal to make a name for Nexile and become known as an innovative developer, the studio has seen success with their debut title, later expanding it with DLC content. Currently the developer is busy working on Jump King Quest, an unhinged multiplayer combat RPG successor to the original Jump King title.