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For charts to use with Bridge Command, please see the Charts Page.

Current version

Bridge Command 5.0 is available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux.

Legacy release (Windows only)

Download Bridge Command 4.7 (33 MB)

Feedback is very useful for Bridge Command's continued development. Please use this form, or the forum to provide feedback and suggestions for development.
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Old versions

Download Bridge Command 4.6 (32 MB)

Download Bridge Command 4.5 (32 MB)

Download Bridge Command 4.4 (35 MB)

Download Bridge Command 4.3 (30 MB)

Download Bridge Command 4.2 (30 MB)

Installation

Once you have downloaded the installer, please run it to install Bridge Command on Windows. The OSX and Linux versions just need uncompressing.

License

Bridge Command is copyright by James Packer 2004-2017, and distributed under the General Public Licence, version 2. Please ensure you read and understand the licence before downloading and using the programme. This is the only licence which grants you the right to use the programme.

Many thanks to all of those who have allowed their ship models to be distributed with Bridge Command. The copyright of these models remains with their authors, and the models may only be used with Bridge Command, unless you have express permission to use the models for other purposes, granted by the model's author.

Bridge Command uses the Irrlicht Engine (http://irrlicht.sourceforge.net), the ENet networking library (http://enet.bespin.org), the RealisticWaterSceneNode by elvman (https://github.com/elvman/RealisticWaterSceneNode), Keith Lantz's ocean simulation code, and the Serial library by William Woodall.

The Irrlicht Engine is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group, the zlib, and libpng.

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