A list of all downloads can be found at SourceForge. See bottom for platform-specific instructions.
Note: You need the ndata to play. The Windows installer will offer to download it for you.
Download and run the Naev installer, which will offer to download the ndata for you.
If the installer fails, you can also download the ndata manually and place it in your Naev directory.
Download the universal binary and the ndata. Once you have downloaded the ndata, you need to place it in naev.app/Contents/Resources. You can open up naev.app as a folder by right clicking and selecting “Show Package Contents”.
Generic 32-bit and 64-bit binaries are available above. The ndata is architecture-independent. Ubuntu users can install Naev through the Playdeb package. If you’re unfamiliar, instructions can be found here.
We have been packaged by Gentoo, Arch Linux, openSUSE and Fedora as naev.
Note: You need the ndata to play. Gentoo, Arch Linux, openSUSE and Playdeb (and any other repository-sourced version) should supply it automatically.