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SuperTuxKart 1.3 Released with New Arenas, New Karts, and GUI Improvements

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Coming more than a year after SuperTuxKart 1.2, SuperTuxKart 1.3 is here to introduce two new battle arenas, namely Ancient Colosseum Labyrinth and Alien Signal. While the first is a brand-new dark environment inspired by the Rome Colosseum, the latter was already offered to donators and it’s based on a real location of the SETI program. Both of them support the Capture The Flag (CTF) mode.

New karts are also present in this release, namely the cute Pepper from Pepper&Carrot as a replacement for Sara the Racer, and some of the existing karts received a makeover, such as Gnu, Adiumy, Emule, and Sara the Wizard, which is now known as just Sara.

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SuperTuxKart 1.3 release

  • SuperTuxKart 1.3 release

    The SuperTuxKart team is happy to announce the release of version 1.3. Online play is still compatible with the previous 1.x versions. Here are the changes compared to release candidate:

Free and open source racer SuperTuxKart 1.3 is out now

  • Free and open source racer SuperTuxKart 1.3 is out now

    SuperTuxKart, one of the golden oldies when it comes to free and open source gaming has a new release out with SuperTuxKart 1.3 improving lots.

    To help with performance STK now has the ability for you to change the rendering resolution scaling to get a performance boost, although it does reduce the image quality. There's a few unused graphical effects removed, the texture code was improved, improved screen space reflection and more graphics updates.

SuperTuxKart 1.3 Release: Open Source Game for Linux Adds Switch

  • SuperTuxKart 1.3 Release: Open Source Game for Linux Adds Switch Support

    One of the most popular open-source games, SuperTuxKart, has finally received a significant update after a gap of almost a year. It is a free and cross-platform 3D kart-racing game available for Linux, macOS, Windows, and Android.

    Just like Mario Kart, you can choose from a vast catalog of characters (based on mascots of open-source projects) racing in unique karts using special items to win races in various arenas. The game also features various racing modes, including a story Mode and an online Mode, to keep you engaged.

    Let us see what’s new with the latest release.

SuperTuxKart 1.3 free racing game Released

  • SuperTuxKart 1.3 free racing game Released

    Published release SuperTuxKart 1.3 , free racing game with plenty of go-karts, tracks and features. The game code is distributed under the GPLv3 license. Binaries are available for Linux, Android, Windows, and macOS.

SuperTuxKart 1.3 arrives with important improvements in terms...

  • SuperTuxKart 1.3 arrives with important improvements in terms of performance and interface

    SuperTuxKart 1.3 has recently appeared , the latest version of the classic Super Mario Kart clone starring the most prominent mascots of free software and whose code is published mainly under the GPLv3 license, with components of the artistic part under Creative Commons licenses and public domain .

    SuperTuxKart is a very veteran project that as a video game falls within a genre that is very trite, so saving things like the online video game, which was included in version 1.0 , the foreseeable thing is to expect improvements and more content. SuperTuxKart 1.3 has included two new battle arenas called Ancient Colosseum Labyrinth and Alien Signal , the first being inspired by the Roman Colosseum and the second by the actual location of the SETI program .

    The Las Dunas Soccer Stadium circuit, which is not very popular with users, has been revised based on the feedback generated by the community, so it is now presented as a simplified and symmetrical soccer field.

    In order to facilitate the completion of the races, extensions have been introduced to the finish line on the following tracks to ensure the counting of the laps even in case the player is slightly off the track: Hacienda, Old Mine, Ravenbridge Mansion and Shifting Sands. At the broker level, Pepper has been included , extracted from the Pepper & Carrot comic that is published as free and Open Source software, while Adiumy, Emule, GNU and Sara have been improved.

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