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The Logo Foundation provides this list of Logo software along with links to web sites and email addresses of the publishers and distributors. Follow these links to obtain more information about these products, and about price and availability in your area. Public domain and research versions of Logo may be freely downloaded.

Logo Tree Project
Pavel Boytchev has compiled this comprehensive list of over 200 current and past versions of Logo.

Commercial Logo Software

MicroWorlds

MicroWorlds, available from LCSI for Windows and Macintosh OS X computers, is an environment for explorations in mathematics, science and many other areas. It supports the creation of dynamic multimedia and Web-based projects.

MicroWorlds EX, the most recent version of MicroWorlds, includes improvements in the programming environment, graphics tools, and media handling capability. It also includes and option for Robotic control of the LEGO™ RCX and the Handy Cricket™

Terrapin Logo
Terrapin Logo is designed for traditional turtle graphics and Logo programming. This new version from Terrapin Software features a modern MacOS / Windows user interface. PC Logo and Logo PLUS are still available for older computers.

 


KinderLogo

is a Turtle Graphics learning environment that is designed for young children.


Logo3D!
is a 3D version of Logo for the iPad.

LEGO Logo
A range of Logo-based and other robotics products produced by LEGO are distributed to schools in the USA by LEGO Education. Information about consumer versions of some of these products is available from LEGO Mindstorms.
 
Public Domain and Research Versions of Logo

Scratch
Scratch is a programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art -- and share your creations on the web

BYOB (Build Your Own Blocks)
is an advanced offshoot of Scratch.

Elica
stands for "Educational Logo Interface for Creative Activities." It is a direct descendant of Geomland.

FMSLogo
is a free implementation of Logo for Windows based on MSWLogo.

Lhogho
is a free version of the programming language Logo and a promoter of its educational philosophy.

MSWLogo for Windows
by George Mills is built on the core of UCBLogo. It includes multimedia and other capabilities that are possible in the the Windows environment. A French adaptation of MSWLogo is available from MSWLOGO à Genève. 

NetLogo
is a multi-agent programmable modeling environment inspired by the orginal StarLogo.

P-Logo
is a free version of Logo in French.

rLogo
by Richard Embry is designed for use on the World Wide Web.

StarLogo
was developed by a team led by Mitchel Resnick at the MIT Media Lab. You can download both a Macintosh version and a newly released Java implementation that is suitable for PCs. There is also an active StarLogo project at Northwestern University.

StarLogo TNG
is The Next Generation of StarLogo. It brings with it several advances - 3D graphics and sound, a blocks-based programming interface, and keyboard input - that make it a great tool for programming educational video games.

TinyLogo
is written by Timothy J. Lipetz. It works on Palm III and Palm V hand held computers.

UCBLogo
is a full-featured version of Logo was developed by Brian Harvey and his students at the University of California at Berkeley.

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