Download the SGE
There is currently one implementation of the SGE available: the Pygame SGE. The latest release of the Pygame SGE is 0.10.1. This is the version recommended for use. This release is considered to be a beta release; it is basically complete, but has not been thoroughly tested. Please help push it out of the beta stage by using it and reporting any bugs!
There is a Python 2 version (for Python 2.7) and a Python 3 version (for Python 3.1 or later) of the Pygame SGE. Please download the correct version for the version of Python you have installed. Pygame version 1.9.2a0 or later is also required (1.9.1 or later for the Python 2 version). Note: If you aren't able to find a suitable download of Pygame 1.9.2a0 or later, you will need to compile the latest code from Pygame's Mercurial repository.
- Pygame SGE for Python 2: sge-pygame-0.10.1-python2.tar.gz (Alternative link)
- Pygame SGE for Python 3: sge-pygame-0.10.1-python3.tar.gz (Alternative link)
You may also be interested in xSGE. xSGE ("Extensions for the SGE") is a collection of modules that make doing certain tasks easier. Unlike the Pygame SGE, xSGE is under the GNU General Public License, so if you release a game that uses xSGE, you must put the game's code under the GNU GPL (or GNU AGPL).
- xSGE for Python 2: xsge-0.1.0-python2.tar.gz (Alternative link)
- xSGE for Python 3: xsge-0.1.0-python3.tar.gz (Alternative link)
If you want an older version of the SGE or xSGE, you can download it from the releases directory:
If you want the absolute latest changes in the SGE or xSGE, you can get it from the public Git repository. Be careful; the contents of the Git repository are subject to drastic changes and breakage at any time: