News - 2007
Tux Paint for OLPC XO-1 -
December 29, 2007
Development is underway to improve Tux Paint on the
One Laptop per Child "XO-1" tablet computer, and the latest version
has been built and posted. See the new
XO-1 download page
at the Tux Paint website.
Tux Paint 0.9.18 released -
November 23, 2007
Tux Paint 0.9.18 has been released, and is available for
Windows Vista, 2000 and XP, Fedora CORE Linux 2-6 and
Fedora Linux 7-9, PowerPC-based Apple Mac OS X,
and as source-code. See the
Tux Paint 0.9.18 test builds available -
November 12, 2007
A test version of the upcoming Tux Paint 0.9.18 is available for
Fedora CORE Linux 2
thru Fedora Linux 7. Please try it out and
let us know how it works for you!
Tux Paint Plugin API talk in San Francisco area -
November 1, 2007
Bill Kendrick, lead developer of
Tux Paint, will be talking
about the new 'Magic' tool plug-in API coming in version 0.9.18.
Tux Paint 0.9.18rc1 source -
October 22, 2007
Release Candidate 1 of the next version of Tux Paint,
version 0.9.18, has been released for testing purposes.
Currently, only the source-code is available.
It can be downloaded from
FTP site. Please report any issues to
lead developer of Tux Paint.
Pop Star alpha available -
September 30, 2007
In June 2006 we started a small puzzle game project called 'Pop Star.'
We've finally decided to release an alpha version, for people to
comment on. (Artists welcome, too!)
Mad Bomber on Virgin America Airlines -
August 26, 2007
Mad Bomber was one of first the games included in 'Red', the
touchscreen-and-controller-based in-flight entertainment system found
in Virgin America Airlines
Entombed! for GP2X and new Source -
July 4, 2007
Our little game Entombed! has been build for the GP2X handheld game
system. In response to the GP2X's need for 320x240 support, we've
also released a new source version that runs at a smaller size.
(We hope the GP2X community will port this version, too, for improved
Tux Paint 0.9.17 now available -
July 2, 2007
Tux Paint 0.9.17 has been released, along with an updated graphical
configuration tool and an expanded stamp artwork collection.
Major improvements include support for SVG-based stamps, and
Japanese and Korean text entry. For more,
see the press release!
Tux Paint presentation in Davis, California -
May 8, 2007
Bill Kendrick, lead developer of Tux Paint, will be discussing the latest
improvements to the program at the
Linux Users' Group of Davis,
California, June 18th.
Tux Paint in SchoolArts magazine -
April 18, 2007
Tux Paint is mentioned in an article on Open Source software
in the May/June
issue of SchoolArts magazine.
Tux Paint in Macworld Magazine and TUAW -
March 19, 2007
Tux Paint is mentioned promimently in the
April issue of
Macworld Magazine, and reviewed in a post today on
The Unofficial Apple Weblog.
Another Tux Paint presentation in San Francisco -
February 17, 2007
Bill Kendrick, lead author of Tux Paint, will be speaking at the
Bay Area Linux Users Group
in San Francisco on Tuesday, February 20th.
Defendguin ported to Nintendo DS -
February 8, 2007
Defendguin has been ported to the
Nintendo DS handheld
Tux Paint 0.9.16 CDROM available -
January 2, 2007
The latest version of Tux Paint is
now available on CDROM
from CafePress for
USD $6.99. It includes versions for Windows, Mac OS X and
Linux. Happy New Year!