It's been a busy past few weeks, with new games adding creative integration with the Steam Workshop faster than we can keep track of. So, it's time to do a quick round-up to highlight the popular new additions.
This Grand Strategy game lets players modify almost any aspect of the game. Already there are over 250 custom rules, events, localizations, buildings, and maps.
The Workshop for the official game of the U.S. Army focuses on map making, and the result is quite a few top-notch mapping projects by community members.
Do you want a flying goat? Do you want a completely new map? The developers of Goat Simulator released their dev tools along with the game, allowing the community to make just about anything related to goats. Includes goat pinball, exploding goats, and of course, steerable jet packs.
With an in-game map maker, this RPG makes it quick and easy to create custom maps to share with the community. Or try out some of the creative works of other fans.
The side-scrolling strategy game Cortex Command was built for modding, and the community has wasted no time in creating dozens of items, vehicles, scenes, and game modes to play with.
This turn-based strategy game of fantasy warfare provides a powerful editor, allowing for great flexibility in making maps, editing quests, create scenarios, and modifying many aspects of the game.
In a game about swords, it only makes sense that their Workshop lets you create your own custom blades. In fact, the community has already made over 160 unique and creative sword designs. Additionally, you can check out the dozens of custom masks available.