• Download Solarus

    This is the download page of the Solarus engine. Download packages contain the engine the quest editor and the sample quest.

    You may want to download Solarus in order to make your own game with the engine.  In this case, these links will help you a lot:

    Windows

    Engine, editor and sample quest for Windows.

    Mac OS X

    Engine, editor and sample quest for Mac OS X 10.6 or greater.

    Gentoo

    Available in “Armageddon” overlay under the name “solarus”.

    layman -a Armageddon

    ArchLinux

    OpenBSD

    On OpenBSD, the Solarus engine is available from the ports collection: games/solarus.

    Source code

    You can download directly the source code of Solarus below. It contains the source code of both the engine and the quest editor. See also the source code page for more details and access the repository.

    Donate

    Solarus is free and open-source, and we spend a lot of time working on it and improving it. If you want to help us, you can donate via PayPal, BitCoin or Flattr. Your support is very appreciated.





    5 Responses to Download Solarus

    1. Icelink256
      August 13, 2013 at 12:25 am

      Could you design a “screen-resize” option/detection for monitors with a lower resolution?
      I’m running on a Windows Xp with 1024×768 resolution, and the editor window is clipped off with rendering.
      Meaning I can’t access half of the map editor features, because of my screen’s size.

      Not that I have any problems running it at all, of course. This program is pretty well made, from what I’ve tried.

    2. August 19, 2013 at 1:01 pm

      @Icelink256: normally, the editor start in a maximized state, and if your screen has a 1024×768, you should be okay. You can move the splitter to reduce the left part (the tree) and have more space in the main panel.

    3. osa
      October 12, 2013 at 9:26 am

      hi Christopho
      I tried to open solarus editor with java 7 in windows 7 but nothing happened what’s the problem?

    4. November 28, 2013 at 7:04 am

      Please provide packages for OpenSUSE, or at least some more or less static binary GNU/Linux builds.

    5. Jaiwei
      December 30, 2013 at 3:49 pm

      The mac version crashes when starts.

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