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This community is dedicated to the games Star Wars: Jedi Outcast (2002) and Jedi Academy (2003). We host over 3,000 mods created by passionate fans around the world, and thousands of threads of people showcasing their works in progress and asking for assistance. From mods to art to troubleshooting help, we probably have it. If we don't, request or contribute!

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Summer Mod Contest Winner

The votes came in and the winner is SephFF and mjt's Costa del Sol! Take a trip to this sunny vacation spot and enjoy the rays and waves. Join Kyle for a drink, venture into the sky for some flying or dive deep for some scuba diving with the local aquatic life!

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The Mandalorian mod contest results

Our Mandalorian-themed mod contest had a good turnout with great submissions. The winner is Doughnuts' Din Djarin playermodel!

Amazing job to all involved!

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How to join a server on Mac (Pre-Catalina)


Mac versions of JKA are only compatible on Mac versions prior to macOS 10.15 Catalina due to Apple dropping 32bit support for apps. This applies to Mac version of OpenJK and JKJALaunch.

If you downloaded Jedi Academy from Steam or the Mac App Store, chances are you can't join any servers because of this:


The only way to get around this is to do one of the two following things.



This is a new launcher app that allows you to join servers. It also supports command line options, and the option to specify a custom master server.


Download from the above link, and put it in your Applications folder, or anywhere that's convenient. Hold shift and double click it. You'll get a window like this:



Locate your JKA app. If it's the Steam version, it should be in the following directory:

Macintosh HD/Users/you/Library/Application Support/Steam/SteamApps/common/Jedi Academy/JKJA.app

If it's the app store version, it should be in your Applications folder:

/Applications/Jedi Academy.app

Click okay and then choose Multiplayer.


Join a server and all should be well!



The other good option is to use OpenJK, an open source project that contains lots of bug fixes, and allows you to connect to servers on Mac. Click the above link and follow that tutorial to install it.

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