This wiki has been moved to https://github.com/SuperTux/wiki into the mediawiki branch.
Release 0.3.0 (Tech Demo)
This is the latest (but unstable) release of SuperTux, also known as "Milestone 1.9". The 0.3.0 release is meant as a tech-demo, to show of new features of the engine, new graphics and such, it is not meant to be fully playable or polished, for that reason it is recommend that distributions should not ship SuperTux 0.3.0, but instead the fully playable SuperTux 0.1.3 release. To download SuperTux 0.3.0, please find your system in the following table:
Also available from an unofficial mirror.
Someone has put a third-party .deb package of SuperTux for Ubuntu edgy on their site.
Game is available in the official repository.
Mac OS X:
Older releases are further down this page.
- 1 Release 0.3.0 (Tech Demo)
- 2 Release 0.1.3 (Fully Playable Release)
- 2.1 Linux
- 2.2 Mac OS/X
- 2.3 BSDs
- 2.4 Windows Installer
- 2.5 BeOS
- 2.6 PlayStation Portable (PSP)
- 2.7 VMware: L4 / SdiOS
- 2.8 Any system/Source Code
- 3 Release 0.1.2
- 4 Level Editor
- 5 Development Version
- 6 Old Releases
- 7 More Unofficial Ports
Release 0.1.3 (Fully Playable Release)
Generic Linux x86 Installer
We have an automatic installer created with Autopackage. Just download it here:
and execute it. You can find a more detailed explanation here.
This distribution includes a supertux package. Just do the usual emerge (as root):
This distribution includes a supertux package. Just do the usual apt-get or install the package with synaptic.
apt-get install supertux
This distribution includes a supertux package. Use yast to install it:
yast2 -i supertux
Fedora Extras includes a supertux package.
yum install supertux
should be sufficient for users of any recent version of Fedora. (Users of older Fedora or Red Hat Linux releases, or RHEL and derivatives, might need to configure yum, apt, or smart, or just download the package from (http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/extras/ Fedora Extras) or (http://mirrors.kernel.org/fedora.us/fedora/ fedora.us).
SuperTux is in the community repo now. To install it, uncomment the community repo in /etc/pacman.conf, if you haven't already done so, and run
pacman -S supertux
This distribution includes a supertux package. Just type (as root):
apt-get install supertux
There's a package available here:
Supertux 0.1.3 packaged for Slax Linux:
Note: this universal binary requires Mac OS/X 10.4.x or greater.
There seems to be a port for FreeBSD:
There's an automatic installer here:
The binary is also mirrored on several places around the world - here are some of them:
Note that we cannot guarantee the integrity of those mirrors, though.
PlayStation Portable (PSP)
Deniska has ported SuperTux 0.1.3 to the PSP. Get it here:
Another port created by Jomar Johansen is available here:
VMware: L4 / SdiOS
SDIOS06 is a toy operating system developed during the practical course SDI (System Design and Implementation) at the Systems Architecture Group of the University of Karlsruhe. It was designed and written by Timo Bingmann, Matthias Braun, Torsten Geiger and Andreas Mähler. Two games were ported to a custom SDL implementation using the VMware "hard"-ware: SDLjump and of course SuperTux :)
You can find more information here:
And a ready to use vmware image here:
Any system/Source Code
Download the source code:
We only mention systems/distributions here that have no 0.1.3 packages yet.
There are rpm packages available here:
This distribution includes a supertux package. Just use the normal conary command:
conary update supertux
Additional to the builtin editor of SuperTux 0.1 there is also the flexlay editor which provides more features and better level editing capabilities. You can find it at
Note that SuperTux Milestone 2 will use both a new level format and a new level editor.
If you want to help working on SuperTux, download the latest code from the Subversion repository: (Download/Subversion)
You can find older releases here:
More Unofficial Ports
There are more unofficial ports of SuperTux for various platforms such as:
- GP2X (you can even get SuperTux bundled with the hardware)
- Nokia 770 Internet Tablet
- Pocket PC
- Nintendo GameCube (standalone or as part of GCLinux)
- Sega Dreamcast
These can be downloaded either directly from the vendor's software repository or from various homebrew sites.
Note: if you have created packages for other operating systems/distributions. Mention them in the discussion page and we'll merge them into this page as soon as possible.