The engine and editor remain GPL. Only the logo changes its license.

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With the agreement of its authors, the Solarus logo (code, resources) is now MIT/CC-BY, so you can use it in a closed-source Solarus quest.

We began an Awesome list in the style of @awesome__re
with all things about Solarus so be sure to bookmark it, and feel free to contribute.

We've just published @11Mraz's quest titled on Solarus Quest Libary. This quest, a 2D hommage to Bloodborne, is having a huge success and is making quite some buzz on the Internet. Check it out if you haven't played it yet!

A new game made with Solarus has been released! It's a 2D Bloodborne, by @11Mraz and you can download it on @itchio ! Don't miss it!

Solarus for MacOS has finally been updated to 1.6.4, just like the other packages (it was previously stuck at 1.6.0). Thanks Vlag!

Get some Solarus swag on our official store! Who wants Solarus underpants?
All the money goes to the nonprofit organization, of course.

The website now features walkthroughs for Solarus quests. The first to have a complete walkthrough is Mystery of Solarus DX, so check it if you're lost!

Happy new year! As promised, the website's tutorials section is finally set up.! More tutorials coming soon!

Solarus boosted

Solarus is now available as a snap, meaning you can install it straight from Ubuntu's store. Other distros can install through the terminal with: sudo snap install solarus

Get it here:

Hi everyone! Solarus is an open-source game engine that makes it easy to create action-RPG games.

It comes with a Quest Editor program which lets you draw maps, manage sprites, and script things in Lua (screenshot attached).

Check it out if you're looking for new ways to make games!

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