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Level Editor

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.

Development Version

If you want to help working on SuperTux, download the latest code from the Subversion repository: (Download/Subversion)

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:

Linux Installer:

A test version that uses no OpenGL calls is also available. Refer to the Autopackage website for help on installing Autopackages. Also available from an unofficial mirror.

Windows Installer:

Also available from an unofficial mirror. You may have to download and execute the OpenAL Installer for Windows from its download page.


Also available from an unofficial mirror.


Builds of required OpenAL and PhysFS versions are also available.

Ubuntu 6.10:

Someone has put a third-party .deb package of SuperTux for Ubuntu edgy on their site.

Ubuntu 7.04:

Game is available in the official repository.

Mac OS X:

Old Releases

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.