TripleA - List of relevant links
TripleA is the software used to play-by-forum (pbf) in the “Play Axis & Allies Online” section of our forum.
You can use it to play by email, play solo against yourself, play against the AI, play “hotseat
games”, play via LAN or play online against other players and/or “Bots” using the “Lobby” (the
Lobby is provided by triplea-game.org), too.
Learn how to install TripleA and set up a game going through these instructions:
This thread additionally lists the TripleA-relevant links and is meant to be kept up-to-date.
This is the homepage of TripleA:
Download the latest release version here:
In case you need a legacy version, get it here:
Check out examples of maps you can download (using the ingame downloader) here:
In case you want to get in contact with the developers, map-makers and other TripleA-lovers, look here:
(Find the legacy forum (read only) here: http://tripleadev.1671093.n2.nabble.com/ )
You want to donate to help triplea-game.org cover their server costs? Look here:
The software project is hosted here:
You want to report bugs and address the developers directly? Do it here:
In case you like to test new features and use the latest pre-release version, get it from here:
(Note: You can install different TripleA versions side by side. Just be sure to change the installation path during setup, then. Also be aware that games started with the old version 1.9 are not compatible with the current 2.0 engine. Games started with 2.0 are not compatible with 1.9, either.)
Get an idea about every map provided for TripleA by browsing through the map repositories:
Feel free to join Github in case you are a developer, play tester, map-maker or simply interested
in software development and want to contribute.
In case you are familiar with Github you can post issuses/bug reports here:
Of course you are welcome to post your TripleA-related issues here in the Software forum, too.
Please don’t use this thread for this purpose, but create a new one instead. Thank you!
In case you run into issues please open a thread in our TripleA-support forum:
The above list has been edited to remove the Java installation requirement, as version 2.x will provide an own Java (11) installation inside the TripleA installation directory.
The following is only relevant for TripleA-versions up to and including 1.9:
You will need the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed before to be downloaded here:
Be sure to use Java 8, as Java 9+ might cause compatibility issues.
Also I recommend to use the offline installer.
The above list has been edited to include the bug-report link for software bugs, that need to be addressed to the project.