A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux

Take a tour group to Earth, beat up the locals and steal their treasure - all whilst pretending to be a pirate and chugging from bottles of rum!

Sixteen weapons and nine consumable power-ups give you the power you need to obliterate hordes of inferior earthlings and loot their meagre possessions.


Listen to the soundtrack

More information

Published191 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X, Linux
Release date189 days ago
AuthorsJuju, JimmyBG
TagsGameMaker, Pirates, Pixel Art, Space, Time Travel
Average durationA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, XBox 360 controllers
AccessibilityConfigurable controls
Player countSingleplayer

Install instructions

Thanks for downloading and playing our game! We hope you'll enjoy sailing the high seas and spreading mayhem.

The download will come as a .zip folder. Extract the folder and run ttsp.exe/ttsp.app to play the game (make sure to extract the zip before trying to run the game, otherwise errors can occur)

You should be able to double click "Time Traveling Space Pirates" and the game will run.
If this doesn't work, you'll need to go into the 'content' folder and check the properties of the 'ttsp' file. Make sure it has 'execute' permission.
Alternative ways to launch: double click the 'ttsp' file (many distributions don't allow this), or launch from terminal by navigating to the content directory and running './ttsp'.

If you'd like to customise your controls, you'll need to edit the "controls.ini" file.

Located in %localappdata%\ttsp

Located in /home/<username>/.config/ttsp (though this may vary depending on your setup).

Located in ~/Library/Application Support/com.yoyogames.macyoyorunner

Thanks again and bon voyage!


TTSP for Windows (9 MB)
TTSP for Linux (8 MB)
TTSP for Mac (9 MB)


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Doesn't work on El Capitan. Says "damaged and can't be opened" :(

Could you please fix it.

I've tried downloading the Mac version a couple of times and every time it ends up telling me that the file is "damaged and can't be opened." Not sure what to do about that, i was looking forward to playing :/

Hi, what version of OSX are you running?


Cool! Like the tone.


Thanks! Ajmal came up with the concept for that :)


Really cool.


We did our best :)



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Big thanks to Jimmy and Ajmal who did a great job!