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Download older releases

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:!:

Almost complete* download archive of ZGameEditor releases ( non-Beta ).

3.0.0 ( Feb 13, 2013 ) 3.11 MB
2.0.1 ( Apr 16, 2012 )
2.0.0 ( Sep 07, 2011 ) 2.23 MB
1.9.9 ( Mar 07, 2010 ) 2.20 MB
1.9.8 ( Oct 22, 2009 ) 1.63 MB
1.9.7 ( May 26, 2009 ) 1.52 MB
1.9.6 ( Mar 04, 2009 ) 1.45 MB
1.9.5 ( Jan 14, 2009 ) 1.49 MB
1.9.4 ( Nov 19, 2008 ) 1.49 MB
1.9.3 ( Oct 22, 2008 ) 1.49 MB
1.9.2 ( Sep 01, 2008 ) 1.25 MB
1.9.1 ( Jul 16, 2008 ) 1.26 MB
1.9.0 ( Jun 18, 2008 ) 1.25 MB
1.8.0 ( Jun 05, 2008 ) 1.24 MB
1.7.9 ( May 26, 2008 ) 1.23 MB
1.7.8 ( May 13, 2008 ) 1.23 MB
1.7.7 ( May 01, 2008 ) 1.22 MB
1.7.6 ( Apr 15, 2008 ) 1.22 MB
1.7.5 ( Mar 14, 2008 ) 1.22 MB
1.7.4 ( Mar 06, 2008 ) 1.21 MB
1.7.3 ( Feb 27, 2008 ) 1.21 MB
1.7.2 ( Feb 21, 2008 ) 1.21 MB
1.7.1 ( Dec 12, 2007 ) 1.20 MB
1.7.0 ( Nov 01, 2007 ) 1.20 MB
1.6.0 ( Oct 01, 2007 ) 1.01 MB
1.5.0 ( Sep 02, 2007 ) 1.30 MB
1.4.0 ( Aug 01, 2007 ) 1.19 MB
1.2.3 ( Jul 06, 2007 )
1.2.2 ( Jun 12, 2007 ) 1.11 MB
1.2.1 ( May 01, 2007 ) 0.84 MB
1.2.0 ( Apr 18, 2007 ) 0.81 MB
1.1.0 ( Apr 10, 2007 ) 0.74 MB
1.0.2 ( Mar 23, 2007 ) 0.61 MB
1.0.1 ( Mar 19, 2007 ) 0.74 MB
1.0.0 ( Mar 09, 2007 )

*Thanks to GeneralAdmission for providing most of the files!

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Good idea Kjell, sometimes it is good to have older versions handy. I have always overwritten newer versions because I've considered that "latest is always the best" but (in a few cases) that's not always true ;)
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Guys,

Are there any 32-bit versions of ZGE 4.0? i have a 32 bit machine setup purely for game and coding and so far all the downloads keep giving me runtime error, At the same time, on the versions that DO work(3.0and below), i am unable to work the Quarternion example Kjell had very graciously provided me. It keeps saying unable to determine Target Array.

Hope VilleK would have a 32bit version. Not too keen on ver 5.0 though since it has taken away the small size exe ability.

Thanks much!

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zakkwylde wrote: Fri Feb 25, 2022 3:49 am Hope VilleK would have a 32bit version. Not too keen on ver 5.0 though since it has taken away the small size exe ability.
The world is 64-bit now and 32-bit is treated by modern OS as legacy at best (or simply rejected, as on macOS). I'd like to avoid having two different builds and downloads. But ZGE still supports 32-bit if you build it from sources.

Small exe's is also still supported if you build from sources but it turned out impossible to be compatible with broken virus scanners who continue to treat any small exe as suspicious, or at least those built with Delphi. I'd rather have slightly larger exe-files that work everywhere than files that can't be downloaded because of false virus alarms.

I will try to build a 32-bit version later and post it here.
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Here is a 32-bit build from the current sources.
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VilleK wrote:
> [quote=zakkwylde post_id=10257 time=1645760996 user_id=56]
> Hope VilleK would have a 32bit version. Not too keen on ver 5.0 though
> since it has taken away the small size exe ability.
> [/quote]
> The world is 64-bit now and 32-bit is treated by modern OS as legacy at
> best (or simply rejected, as on macOS). I'd like to avoid having two
> different builds and downloads. But ZGE still supports 32-bit if you build
> it from sources.
>
> Small exe's is also still supported if you build from sources but it turned
> out impossible to be compatible with broken virus scanners who continue to
> treat any small exe as suspicious, or at least those built with Delphi. I'd
> rather have slightly larger exe-files that work everywhere than files that
> can't be downloaded because of false virus alarms.
>
> I will try to build a 32-bit version later and post it here.

VilleK,

Many thanks for going the extra mile!
Yes, thou sayest true, that 64bit is the way to go now.
I hope this, however, will still give that very small percentage of us out there whom have not made the transition a chance to continue working on ZGE.
On a positive note, anything we built on a 32bit can be executed on 64bit. Just not the other way round.
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