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Downloading and Installing Ursina

1) Install Python 3.10 or newer.

2) Open cmd/terminal and type:
pip install ursina

If you want to install the newest version from GitHub, you can install like this.
pip uninstall ursina pip install

Keep in mind that things *could* break.

If you want to easily edit the source, it's recommended to clone the git
repo and install as develop like this. Make sure you have git installed.
git clone pip install --editable .

Also install any of the optional dependencies you want from the list below,
or install them all with:
pip install ursina[extras]

On some systems you might have to use pip3 instead of pip in order to use Python 3 and not the old Python 2.
If the pip command is not found, you can use:
python -m pip install ursina

3) If everything went well, you can go to the introduction tutorial where
   we'll cover how to create a basic program and how to run it.

   Introduction Tutorial


ursina installed successfully, but python can't find it when I try to run a script

If you have multiple Python installs, make sure you installed ursina to the correct one.
You can specify which Python version to install to like this:
python3.10 -m pip install ursina

If you're using a venv, make sure you're installing it to the venv and not to the default location.