As of April 22nd, 2020, archived versions are being culled (due to space limitations). The game is now also split up to keep downloads smaller.
See below for information on the Linux builds of the game.
Adventure Mode, Electrosprite Adventure, and the Adventure Random Level Generator are in this archive.
The current version is Adventure v3.18, May 24th, 2021.
Previous Version 3.17 (A few bugs, does not have asset streaming. Use if 3.18 causes instability)
Classic Mode, Classic Mode 3D, and Corruper Mode are in this archive.
The current version is Classic v3.00, April 22nd, 2020.
We prefer it if you download String Tyrant from our itch.io page. If the page is not available for some inscrutable reason, mirrors are available below.
Only the demo may be acquired here. If you want the full version, please purchase it from itch.io or Steam or become a 5$ patron.
The current version is StrTy v1.04, April 28th, 2020. Only the OSX version of 1.04 is released, the windows version is unchanged.
For space reasons, previous versions of the games have been culled as of April 22nd, 2020. If you really need an old version of the game for some reason, please contact the team via our email.
For amusement reasons, the very first release of Classic Mode is kept here.
Version 0.25a (Windows: Mediafire) (January 16th, 2016)
Where’d the Linux version go?
If you are a Linux user, you will need to compile the game yourself. Salty only has a Linux Mint installation, and attempts to make a cross-Linux version of the game keep failing.
This guide should be usable by an amateur. Please let the team know if we can help improve it.
A screenshot of the guide is here, should the website go down.
Utilities used during development, or that are otherwise useful on their own merits.
Original HoP Images (Mediafire)
Collection of all the images from the original game, unsorted, in .png format. Create your own remastering! Or, you know, don’t.
Inform Image Extractor (Windows: Mediafire)
Windows 32-bit executable, extracts all images from a given .gblorb file and dumps them on the hard drive. Should work with any inform files of the same nature. No build available for Mac/Unix, though the source can be found here if you want to compile it yourself.
The ideal site for discussion is the TFGamesSite forum. I will try to read and reply to comments on this site, but it might take longer. That forum post also contains past update notices and patch notes.