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[2] OXCE v6.9.1 download & installation guide
« on: February 03, 2017, 08:42:42 pm »
The OXCE download package has the same structure as the vanilla OpenXcom nightly download (zip) package.
All installation instructions are also exactly the same.

- you don't need to install OpenXcom before installing OXCE
 - all you need is in this single package, everything else will only cause you trouble if you mix it together
 - video by ohartenstein23 showing how to install OXCE: (relevant part is from 00:00 to 03:20)

Here are the brand new download links for OXCE v6.9.1:
  - Latest version for Windows 64-bit, recommended (v2021-01-09): download
  - Latest version for Linux (Ubuntu 18.04)  (v2021-01-09): download
  - Latest version for Android (v2021-01-09): download
  - Latest version for Mac OS X 10.13+ (v2021-01-09): download
  - Latest version for iOS 8.0+ build by Daedalia:,8327.0.html

  - Latest version for Windows 32-bit (only use this if you cannot use 64-bit version please) (v2021-01-09): download

Based on OpenXcom vanilla nightly build from: 2020-12-30 (commit 5e2bdb1)

If you haven't found download package for your platform, you can build your own directly from the source code.
Source code PC/Apple:
Source code Android:
Source code iOS:

Compilation instructions:,7048.0.html
(requires c++17 compatible compiler)

Looking for older OXCE versions? Try here:

Looking for bleeding edge OXCE nightly preview builds? Try here:
« Last Edit: January 20, 2021, 09:11:18 am by Meridian »

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Re: OXCE download & installation guide
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2019, 04:39:04 pm »
Since OXCE v5.3, it is possible to load mods and also vanilla resources files in 2 different ways:
1. from a directory (with many files)
2. from a single ZIP file

You should NOT use both approaches at once!

Below are three examples of vanilla resource loading (2 good examples and 1 bad example):
- Example 1: BAD (both standard/common directory and zip file)
- Example 2: GOOD (standard/common directory only)
- Example 3: GOOD (standard/common ZIP files only)
« Last Edit: April 22, 2019, 04:20:51 pm by Meridian »