Tux Paint
Tux Paint: Open Source Drawing Software for Children


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Tux Paint is free computer art software for children.
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Random review:
“I am running it on an OS X version 10.3 laptop and it works great. [...] We currently use Kid Pix via classic mode within OS X and it is nothing but headaches.” — Tecumseh Local Schools


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BeOS

BeOS users running Intel-based systems can download Tux Paint here.

2014-08-24: This page contains files for the old version (0.9.21, from 2009) of Tux Paint. A new version (0.9.22) was released in August 2014. We hope to eventually provide that newer version for this platform.


Tux Paint

This archive includes the core "Tux Paint" program, as well as the data-files needed to run it (user interface graphics, sound effects, etc.) BeOS R5 and Haiku users should extract the archive to '/boot/apps/Games'. ZETA users can use the autoinstaller.

tuxpaint beos intel

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/tuxpaint/tuxpaint-0.9.21_beos.tgz?download
Version: 0.9.21 (2009.07.10)
From: 'Begasus'

tuxpaint haiku gcc2 intel

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/tuxpaint/tuxpaint-0.9.21-haiku.tgz?download
Version: 0.9.21 (2009.11.07)
From: 'Begasus'


Tux Paint Stamps

This archive includes the collection of optional stamps you can use with Tux Paint's "Stamp" tool. BeOS R5 and Haiku users should extract the archive to '/boot/apps/Games/TuxPaint/share/tuxpaint/stamps'. ZETA users can use the autoinstaller.

tuxpaint-stamps beos intel

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/tuxpaint/tuxpaint-stamps-2009.06.28_beos.tgz?download
Version: 2008.06.30
From: 'Begasus'


Necessary Libraries

The BeBits website has a package of libraries for BeOS that include things you may need for Tux Paint (e.g., libSDL). BeOS R5 and Haiku users will probably need this. ZETA users should have the necessary libraries already.


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