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How to Enable Developer Mode in Storyteller

Storyteller lets users craft narratives through visual storytelling.

Players must create a story by placing settings and characters that interact.

The game’s comic-panel style and charming animations encourage experimentation.

It offers a library of characters and themes, from heroes and villains to dragons and vampires.

The game allows players to manipulate secrets, desires, and emotions to shape their tales.

In Storyteller, players become the authors of diverse stories filled with love, lies, madness, and more.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to turn on, open, or enable developer mode in Storyteller on Steam (dev console).

How to Enable Developer Mode in Storyteller

Here’s how to enable developer mode in Storyteller:

  1. Launch Storyteller on Steam.
  2. Press CTRL + SHIFT + D on your keyboard to enable developer mode.

When you turn on developer mode in Storyteller, you’ll get more options in your settings.

You’ll also unlock the stamp collection and “The Ceremony”.

Further reading

How to Get the Fright Battle Stamp in Storyteller

How to Get the Fear Stamp in Storyteller

How to Get the Titanic Stamp in Storyteller


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