Turn based tactical RPG with several campaigns, written in Rust
Sulis is a turn based Role Playing Game with an engine written from scratch in Rust. The game is in a fairly mature state with several available campaigns to play through.
Standalone binary releases are available for Windows and Linux if you are only interested in playing the game.
Please visit https://www.sulisgame.com or check the Releases page.
Resources for developers and modders are available on a page on the website. Currently, this includes docs for the LUA scripting API.
You'll need recent versions of Rust and Cargo installed. The game will compile on the latest stable version. Get Rust
On Linux, you will need the ALSA development files installed for audio support. On Debian / Ubuntu,
apt-get install libasound2-dev. On Red Hat / Fedora,
yum install alsa-lib-devel.
On Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) running Ubuntu, run
sudo apt install build-essential libasound2-dev pkg-config.
cargo build --release
cargo run --release
config.ymlis created in your home directory. This file may be edited with your preferences. It is also written to when using the in game options menu, however changes you have made manually should generally be preserved.
$HOME\My Documents\My Games\Sulis
Note that Running with release mode is recommended. The compilation process takes several minutes, but load time and performance in game are massively improved over a standard debug build.
If you encounter build errors on Linux, please check the Prerequisites section above first.
cargo run --release
This project's source code is licensed under the Gnu Public License version 3 - see the License file. This includes, but is not limited to all .rs, .yml, .json, and .lua files.
Many image assets in this project are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC-BY 3.0) or Creative Commons Attribution Unported 4.0 (CC-BY 4.0) Licenses. To view a copy of these licenses, visit CC-BY 3.0 and CC-BY 4.0.
Please note that some art assets are proprietary and may only be used and distributed as part of Sulis.
To view attribution and licensing information for each specific file used, please see the Attribution Sheet.