A downloadable tool for macOS and Linux

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Arrays in Construct 2 work with a somewhat specifically formatted JSON, and seem to have trouble reading JSON written in external programs (ie. not exported from a Construct 2 project). There are a few Construct 2 array editors available, but they are both steeply priced, and more complicated than I need. So I decided to make my own.

This one functions similar to a spreadsheet, with the ability to dynamically change the size of the array in three dimensions, as well as insert and delete rows, columns and tabs dynamically. The Z axis is represented by tabs, similar to Excel or Google Sheets. You can also load from and save to a JSON file, for import into Construct 2.

PlatformsmacOS, Linux
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
Tagsarray, Construct 2, editor


Buy Now$5.00 USD or more

In order to download this tool you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $5 USD. You will get access to the following files:

SimpleArrayEditor_linux32.zip 68 MB
SimpleArrayEditor_osx64.zip 73 MB
Version 1
SimpleArrayEditor_linux64.zip 63 MB
SimpleArrayEditor_win32.zip 51 MB
SimpleArrayEditor_win64.zip 62 MB

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This actually REALLY useful! It took me a minute to figure out how to use it (in construct) but, once I figured that out, it really opens options for my program.  Thank you very much.

Hey, thanks for making this! I use Construct 2 quite a lot and bought one of those overpriced array editors you mentioned. I've come to appreciate some of the more advanced features it has, but it has terrible UI and likes to crash when I do the simplest things (like pressing Ctrl+V...). Really not the experience I'd expect considering the price.

Also, props for making your C2 tool using C2, I love it.

Hey thanks!
If you come across any issues using this, let me know! =D