osu!released in 2007
Flatpak version last published 7 months, 1 week agoUnofficial Flatpak Version
Opsu! version last published 2 years, 8 months agoopsu! is an unofficial open-source client for osu! https://itdelatrisu.github.io/opsu
Osu!lazer version last published 2 years, 8 months agoThe official open-source cross-platform osu! client (stable, but still under development).
Osu!lazer (source-latest) version last published 8 months, 3 weeks agoThe official open-source cross-platform osu! client (stable, but still under development).Builds from source. Requires .NET SDK 5.0 or higher installed.
Download SDK from this website or via your package manager
Stable version last published 3 months, 2 weeks agoUses lutris-osu-2 wine version. Feel free to change it to a newer one once the installation is finished, as it is used just so that the installation won't throw an exception.
Pipewire is recommended over Pulseaudio, although lower latency is set through the installer for it.
Windows version last published 3 months, 2 weeks agoYou will have to manually install the game after the dependencies.To do this, you need to run (in a terminal):WINEPREFIX=(your wine prefix, this can be found in Lutris under Game options) wine64 (wine prefix)/drive_c/osu/osu!install.exeHow to lower audio latency: https://blog.thepoon.fr/osuLinuxAudioLatency/#adjusting-latency -- As of Wine 5~, this seems to no longer be necessary. You can also use pipewire instead of pulseaudio.
osu! is a free-to-play online rhythm game
osu! gameplay is based on a variety of popular commercial rhythm games. While keeping some authentic elements, osu! adds huge customisation via skins/beatmaps/storyboarding, online rankings, multiplayer and boasts a community with over 500,000 active users! Play the way you want to play, with your own music, and share your creations with others.
Game levels are called beatmaps. In each beatmap, a song will play and different rhythmic hit elements (hit circles, sliders and spinners) will appear on the play field. Players must use a pointing device to manipulate these elements in time with the playing song's rhythm in order to earn points. The use of a graphics tablet in combination with a keyboard is common in osu!, although some players do use a mouse.