Running the Game
VOADI is not yet released. When it is, there will be nice, easy downloads for each platform. Until then, you can test the development version of the game by following the steps below.
These instructions work for Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, elementary OS, and possibly other Debian-based distros.
Install Solarus Engine
- Install the PPA. Yes, even though the URL says
16.04this will work on
$ sudo echo "deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/nate-devv:/solarus-debian/xUbuntu_16.04/ ./" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/solarus.list
(Note: if you get an error, ensure the directory exists,
sudo mkdir -p /etc/apt/sources.list.d)
- Install the PPA key.
$ wget -qO - http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/nate-devv:/solarus-debian/xUbuntu_16.04/Release.key | sudo apt-key add -
- Update your package index.
$ sudo apt update
- Finally, install Solarus!
$ sudo apt install -y solarus
Clone the game:
$ git clone https://gitlab.com/voadi/voadi.git
And run it!
$ solarus-run voadi
- Visit the Solarus Downloads page, scroll down, and click "Download" for the Windows version.
- Extract the zip file and enter the
- Download the latest prototype (v0.1) version of VOADI here: https://gitlab.com/voadi/voadi/-/archive/v0.1/voadi-v0.1.zip
- Extract it somewhere on your computer.
- Return to the Solarus program.
- Click "Add", then navigate to the
voadifolder you extracted in the last step and select it (the folder should have
- Click "Play".
You're all set up.
In the future, you can simply launch
solarus.exe and click the "Play" button without repeating any of the other steps.
When a never version of VOADI is released, you can upgrade to it by deleting your old
voadi folder and putting the new version in its place.
Other systems, including MacOS, Arch Linux, Gentoo, OpenBSD/FreeBSD, and OpenSUSE are also supported.
See the Solarus download page for more information: http://www.solarus-games.org/engine/download/