V-Play Installation

The V-Play Game Engine Installation takes 3 steps:

  1. Sign up for V-Play
  2. Install Requirements
  3. Download & Install V-Play

Sign up for V-Play

To install the V-Play SDK, a V-Play account is required.

Go to https://v-play.net/pricing to create a new account. You can also upgrade your V-Play license there. If you already have a V-Play account, you can skip this step.

Install Requirements


Download and install the latest Xcode from the App Store.

Ubuntu Linux

Open a command line window and install the following packages with

 sudo apt-get install g++ libglu1-mesa-dev libgstreamer-plugins-base0.10-0 build-essential

Download & Install V-Play

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Download the latest V-Play Installer from https://v-play.net/download/

Note: Please see Add V-Play to Existing Qt Installation if you already have a Qt installation on your system.

The Installer allows you to the select the parts of the V-Play & Qt SDK for your desired target platforms. So it helps to keep the download size small, because you can select beforehand which parts of the SDK are downloaded.

Open the V-Play Installer and follow the instructions on screen.

Note: By default, only a desktop-compiler is installed. You can add compilers for mobile platforms later on.

Log In with your V-Play Account

After opening Qt Creator, you will be asked to provide your credentials. Enter the email address that you used for signing up and your password.

Note: To protect your account from unauthorized access, it is locked after three failed login attempts. Please contact us if you accidentally locked your account.

Getting Started

After installation start Qt Creator and select File/New Project. Choose a V-Play project for starting to develop V-Play.

Also have a look at the V-Play examples and demos: they are located in the folder of your Qt installation in the folder <QtSDK>/Examples/V-Play/.

We also prepared a lot of tutorials to get you started, you can find them in our documentation.

Need Help?

If you experience issues at installation or during development, please let us know in the V-Play Qt 5 support forum.

Add V-Play to Existing Qt Installation

If you already have Qt 5 installed on your system you can add V-Play to that installation. Open the executable called Maintenance Tool and following these steps:

Choose the Package Manager option so the Settings button is shown in the bottom left corner.

Click the Settings button and in the Settings window, click on the Repositories tab. Click on the bottom section User defined repositories and then click the Add Repository button.

Now enter the URL for your development platform in the text box. It is either:

  • https://sdk.v-play.net/2/windows
  • https://sdk.v-play.net/2/macx
  • https://sdk.v-play.net/2/linux

Next, confirm the V-Play installation repository with OK and proceed with the Package Manager option by pressing the Next button.

You can then proceed with the steps of Download & Install V-Play like described above.

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