Help & Support

Become a modder

Visit our modding page

If you are interested in creating your own assets that you can use in Moviestorm, please take a look at the Modding section of our website.

Moviestorm Modding - The Basics (pdf, 15 pages, 755kb)

Moviestorm includes the free Modder's Workshop, which allows you to import models from Google Sketchup or other 3D programs. There's a free tutorial by Andy Price to help you get started.

Get a modder's license

In order to publish your mods and share them with other people - whether you're selling them or giving them away - you'll need a free modder's license from Moviestorm or your mods won't be useable by other people.

Modders' forums

The Moviestorm forums include an entire section for modders to discuss and promote their mods. and to share tips and tricks.

Featured mod

Coastal town

Creator: Kate Fosk
Cost:  FREE
Contents: Stock set
Get it from: ShareCG

This mod is a complete movie file, including a stock set. It shows how to create a rainstorm effect, and how to fake moving water. You are invited to learn by playing with the set and seeing how it works. This set is large and may cause unacceptable lag on some systems. To open this file in Moviestorm you will need the following official addons; Town house, Special effects, Music Video 01, Filters 02 and user addon AVK Panorama Backdrop

In addition to the packs in the Marketplace, there are loads of mods available from other Moviestorm users. Here is a list of but a few.


Some are free, some cost money, and the quality varies wildly. Some may require you to have specific content packs installed in order to use them.


There's no central repository for mods, but here are some places to look. This isn't an exhaustive list - let us know of any others we don't know about! The new releases section of the modders' forum is a great way to find out what's new and who's building what, and we have regular posts about recent mods in Moviestorm News.

Please note that third party mods are not supported by Moviestorm. Not all mods will work on all versions of Moviestorm, and some mods may not be compatible with others.


Cost: free & commercial

Chris Ollis's site has some of the best Moviestorm mods available. This wide-ranging collection includes a castle builder set, action-based animations, face wounds, horses and unicorns, medieval costumes, computers, and even Cthulhu! 



Cost: free & commercial

Shirley Martin maintains an enormous and fast-growing catalogue of mods, including costumes, props and set dressing. She's got three major collections of mods, covering the Victorian, Medieval and Western periods. In addition, she has some modern and some sci-fi content. The site also hosts mods by other people - get in touch with her if you're looking for somewhere to sell your wares!




Cost: free

This has well over 100 assorted Moviestorm mods by different people, as well as mods for other machinima tools. You'll find costumes, props and sets, ranging from guitars and skateboards to kitchens, spaceships, churches and ancient ruins. It's a definite must-see for horror fans, as it includes all of KV's gory horror props.


PapaG Mods

Cost: free & commercial

This is the modding site for Gerald Lang. Some great free mods and other useful links here, plus some commercial mods coming soon.  




Cost: free & commercial

Tree's rural addon is quite spectacular, and only available via the Moviestorm forums. He also has some other mods listed in his blog.  





K•Arthur Films

Cost: free

A great cave AddOn can be downloaded from K.Arthur's site, plus some good Blender tutorials and other movie related info.




Create your own

Cost: free

If you are interested in creating your own assets that you can use in Moviestorm, please take a look at the Modding section of our website.