Love 2D Runtime

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LOVE is an open source, cross platform 2D game engine which uses the Lua scripting language. LOVE can be used to make games of any license allowing it to be used for both free and non-free projects. - official page

From sashikknox (me):
This just love runtime, its not game, its game engine. This is first SailfishOS port release, need a lot of work with it (no screen orientation changes, sound volume nto change by volume bettons, not support gamepads)  


This package do not add icon in Launcher panel, its just binary runtime. If you want check - work it or not on your device, just run command in terminal   
This should show  game engine screen ( like on screenshot )
With this runtime, you can develop games directly on your device )

Sailfish's port page (in develop):
If you like my work, You can bye me a cup of coffe!



Application versions: 
File love-11.3-1.armv7hl.rpm155.62 KB19/06/2020 - 15:44
File liblove-11.3-1.armv7hl.rpm2.36 MB19/06/2020 - 15:44
File liblove-11.3-2.armv7hl.rpm2.36 MB28/06/2020 - 01:42
File love-11.3-2.armv7hl.rpm155.81 KB28/06/2020 - 01:42

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glitchapp's picture

It seems that love builds on arm64, can anyone test it? here is a link for reference:

glitchapp's picture

I managed to make it work by installing modplug and then this build:

I ported some LÖVE games to mobiles and I will create properly rpm packages for some of the best ones working on Sailfish so that they can be nicely launched from the launcher.

sashikknox's picture

And this version without luajit, no need (

sashikknox's picture

That work, but not full screen, no adapted for phone ... just build of love as is

glitchapp's picture

Hello! there are no aarch64 packages?

sashikknox's picture

For now, not.. But i`ll try build it later

lxmx's picture

How can I run a game on it? Can you please provide an example?

sashikknox's picture

If you have game sources or *.love file , you can run it from terminal

love /path/to/sources/folder/of/game 
# or 
love /path/to/