Note: The 32-bit Mono binaries do not run on 64-bit Windows systems at the time being. Make sure to export 64-bit Mono binaries for your 64-bit target platforms.
You can also get it with Scoop
scoop bucket add extras
scoop install godot
Used to export your games to all supported platforms.
Used to export your C# games to the supported platforms. Currently, the C# version can export to desktop platforms (Linux, macOS and Windows), Android and HTML/WebAssembly.
Example projects to get you started.
Learning how to use Godot with the Step by Step tutorial.
An improved Collada exporter for Blender.
Looking for the previous stable branch? It's here!
Looking for the older 2.1 branch? It's here!
Godot's development is open. This means that you can fix or improve any part of the engine yourself and choose whether to contribute it back or keep it private.
New features are always available to use and test, without the need of having to wait for the next major release. Compiling Godot from source is very easy and the process is well-documented for each platform. To obtain the source code, please visit the GitHub project page.