TurboWarp Desktop

Use TurboWarp, the Scratch mod with a compiler, dark mode, addons, and more, from an app on your desktop. It even works when you're offline.

TurboWarp is not affiliated with Scratch, the Scratch Team, or the Scratch Foundation.

Choose your OS:

Changes from v0.3.0 to v0.3.1

Changes from v0.2.1 to v0.3.0

  • TurboWarp updated: new advanced settings menu, backpack support, custom stage size, new addons, various bug fixes, and more
  • Fix potential sandbox escape vulnerability (thanks apple502j)
  • Various other bug fixes, improvements
  • Linux: tarball builds are now available on GitHub (this page hasn't been updated yet)

To update, download and run the new installer below.

Install TurboWarp Desktop for Windows

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    Run the .exe file.
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    If a Windows SmartScreen alert appears, click "More info" then "Run anyways"

Install TurboWarp Desktop for macOS

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    Open the .dmg file. Move TurboWarp Desktop into Applications.
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    Our binaries are not notarized, so additional steps are required. Open Finder, navigate to Applications, right click TurboWarp Desktop and select "Open" and then "Open" again.

Install TurboWarp Desktop for Debian and Ubuntu

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    Alternative downloads for other architectures:
    Download the package for your system's architecture:
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    Install the .deb file with sudo apt install ./TurboWarp-*-{version}.deb or your distribution's app store.

Install TurboWarp Desktop with AppImage

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    Alternative downloads for other architectures:
    Download the package for your system's architecture:
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    Mark as executable. (chmod +x *.AppImage or a checkbox in right click > Properties > Permissions)
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    Run the .AppImage

Install TurboWarp Desktop with Snap

TurboWarp is published in the Snap Store with the name turbowarp-desktop. Currently only x86 64-bit is supported. Certain Scratch features (microphone, camera, and bluetooth) may require manual connections.

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    sudo snap install turbowarp-desktop

Bugs should be reported on GitHub or on Scratch.

Is TurboWarp Desktop faster than regular TurboWarp?

Usually not, but it may be more stable as your computer won't unload it to save memory.

Privacy policy

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Source code

TurboWarp's source code is on GitHub. TurboWarp Desktop is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0.

Project pictured: Full Sphere Path Tracer by piano_miles