Getting Started

This section will help you get started on your Bevy journey as quickly as possible. It will walk you through setting up your development environment and writing a simple Bevy app.

Quick Start

If you want to dive in immediately and you already have a working Rust setup, feel free to follow this "quick start" guide. Otherwise, move on to the next page.

Note: the "fast compiles" setup is on the next page, so you might want to read that section first.

Try the Examples

  1. Clone the Bevy repo:
    git clone
  2. Navigate to the new "bevy" folder
    cd bevy
  3. Try the examples in the examples folder
    cargo run --example breakout

Add Bevy as a Dependency

Bevy is available as a library on

Add the bevy crate to your project's Cargo.toml like this:

bevy = "0.1.2" # make sure this is the latest version

This is the current bevy crate version:

NOTE: Bevy is currently being updated at a rapid pace. Taking a dependency on the git repo instead of the cargo crate will allow you to receive the latest updates as fast as possible.

bevy = { git = "" }

In general its a good idea to lock in to a specific commit hash, which gives you control over when you take updates. You can find the latest commit hash here (to the right of each commit).

bevy = { git = "", rev = "25f62f7250a0d750068dc32533b9433f7985af98" }