Strategy Gaming Engine
Stratagus is a free cross-platform real-time strategy gaming engine. It includes support for playing over Internet/LAN, or playing vs. computer opponents. The engine is configurable and can be used to create games with a wide-range of features specific to your needs.
Stratagus started as a clone of the realtime fantasy strategy game Warcraft II from Blizzard Entertainment, although it is used now as a game engine to build other games, sci-fi or fantasy ones.
Stratagus is developed together for Windows, Linux and Linux Maemo based devices (Nokia N900).
Games which use Stratagus:
- Aleona's Tales - Free - https:/
- Wargus - Warcraft II - https:/
- Stargus - Starcraft I - https:/
- War1gus - Warcraft I - https:/
- Ubuntu: https:/
- Maemo 5: http://
- Windows: https:/
- Sources: https:/
- Unofficial Symbian port: http://
- Unofficial PocketPC port: http://
- Unofficial GP2X port: http://
- Unofficial Pandora port: http://
- Unofficial Windows Mobile 6 port: http://
- Unofficial Android port: http://
All FAQs FAQs for Stratagus
- Are there any free games built on Stratagus I can use for teaching and research?
- Does Stratagus support a game server, meta server, lobby or anything like that?
- Stratagus runs really slow in large resolutions, what can I do?
- How do I play multiplayer?
- Can I use Wargus to join in a Aleona's Tales network game?
All bugs Latest bugs reported
Bug #1282864: errors while building stratagus 2.2.7 in Fedora rawhide
Reported on 2014-02-21
Bug #1282580: workers doesn't extract resources
Reported on 2014-02-20
Bug #1254909: Add LuaSocket Library
Reported on 2013-11-25
Bug #1251938: tolua++ error.
Reported on 2013-11-17
Bug #1245643: issues in rev 8836: stratagus/iolib.cpp:543:62: error: ‘MAX_PATH’ was not declared in this scope and others
Reported on 2013-10-28