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Revision as of 12:26, 3 January 2008

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Welcome to the FreeOrion Wiki. This is an online resource containing documentation for many areas relating to the project. FreeOrion is an open-source platform-independent galactic conquest game in the tradition of the Master of Orion games.

Check our forums for discussion. Sign up to our announcements list to hear about new releases.

IRC on irc.freenode.net #freeorion

FreeOrion Introduction

IntroductionScreenshotsVision StatementFAQLicense

Project Overview and Contributing

How to HelpProject Roadmap

Design DocumentsReporting Bugs

Donations

Playing FreeOrion

DownloadCompileSystem Requirements

Manualv0.3 Quick Play Guide

Mods

Misc

Space Strategy Games

Latest News:

  • FreeOrion 0.4.7.1 has been released. This is a bugfix release. Windows and OSX installers are available on SourceForge and on GitHub. Linux users will need to build from source, or acquire from your distribution if available. Source tarballs are available from GitHub (please use the source tarball file with version and build number in the filename, not the links automatically created by GitHub). See the Compile page for more instructions. See this post for release notes. Vezzra 18:30, 10 September 2017 (UTC)
  • FreeOrion 0.4.7 has been released. Windows and OSX installers are available on SourceForge and on GitHub. Linux users will need to build from source, or acquire from your distribution if available. Source tarballs are available from GitHub (please use the source tarball file with version and build number in the filename, not the links automatically created by GitHub). See the Compile page for more instructions. See this post for release notes. Vezzra 20:40, 1 May 2017 (UTC)