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Welcome to our SuperTux screenshot album!

Supertux 0.4.0

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SuperTux 0.3.3

Released on 2010-03-01, it includes a main world and 3 bonus islands: Bonus Island 1&2 and Forest World but you can also add other levels (click on "Add-Ons" in the beginning).


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Main World 1.jpg Main World 2.jpg Main World 3.jpg

Forest World 1.jpg Forest World 2.jpg Forest World 3.jpg

SuperTux 0.3.0

Released on 2006-12-17, this is was preview of what is to become Milestone 2. Many new features were implemented, e.g. levels that scroll in all directions, levels with multiple sectors, moving platforms, a shortened ice world, and a whole new forest world.

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SuperTux 0.1.2

This was a release for the big SuperTux fans. We were asked to make more levels, and to make them more challenging. This was our answer. This version had a brand new Bonus Island map, new map features, a new enemy, and some new tiles.

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SuperTux 0.1.1

This version featured the built-in editor that was removed from the previous release (0.1.0), new hand-written fonts, and a few bug fixes.

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SuperTux Milestone1 aka 0.1.0

Milestone1 was in huge parts the result of the GotM event on happypenguin.org, it contained completely new graphics, lots of new levels, a story and a worldmap.


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Flexlay

Flexlay is the editor that was used to build most of the levels and the Worldmap in Milestone1. It provided a few more features than the built in one (zoom, minimap, worldmap support), but requires a few more dependencies including OpenGL.

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SuperTux 0.0.6

Released on 2004-03-15, this was a code clean-up version. It featured a level editor and an OpenGL front-end. The menu was improved, and fonts were also remade.

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SuperTux 0.0.5

Released on 2003-12-29. The graphics were improved. This version features a menu and internal clean-ups had started.

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SuperTux Prior to 0.0.5

The graphics were a bit ugly, but it was already playable and had a Super Mario 1 feel.

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