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Since its creation in June of 2015, the Barotrauma Wiki has been the most comprehensive source of information about the game. We maintain 884 articles and counting, with 6 active users!

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About the game

Barotrauma is a 2D multiplayer resource management game currently in development by Undertow Games. The game was released for free as a pre-alpha version on July 31st 2015, and has received regular updates since then. The game's source code can be found on GitHub.


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Recent Blog Posts

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Barotrauma: status update & Steam release

Regalis - 2018/08/30 14:07

Way past due to make a blog post and give a status update on what’s going on with Barotrauma! Despite the lack of major updates (on the blog and on the game), a lot of stuff has been happening this year. Those of you who have keeping an eye on the GitHub repo may have […]...

Barotrauma Source Code

Regalis - 2017/06/04 12:49

Today I have some important news for the players and modders of Barotrauma. The full source code of the game is now publicly available on GitHub! This doesn’t mean that Barotrauma is becoming an open source game in the “free and open-source software” sense. The intention is to give modders mor...

Netcode update

Regalis - 2017/05/31 16:57

As many of you may know, me and juanjp600 have been working on rewriting Barotrauma’s networking code for some time now (oh god, I just checked and it’s been 9 months, why does time have to go so fast). The old networking logic was so full of issues (trivial to hack, constant desync issues, exce...





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