This page documents how to install Azul3D on any supported platform.


Azul3D requires a few system tools and libraries to be installed (like GCC/MinGW, FreeType, etc).

Detailed installation instructions for each supported platform:


After installing the dependencies, you can install most of the Azul3D packages by simply installing the examples using the go tool:

go get -u -v

And the example binaries will be installed into the $GOPATH/bin directory (all prefixed with azul3d_ for convenience).

From Scratch

If you don’t want the examples, you can download just the Azul3D engine itself by running:

go get -u -v