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Manual Reference Pages  -  SHAAFT (6)

NAME

Shaaft - Falling block game resembling Blockout

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

shaaft [options]

DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents the game Shaaft.

shaaft is a falling block game similar to Blockout. Use the keys q,a,w,s,e,d to rotate the block. Press space to let the block fall down the shaft. When a plane is filled it disappears.

Additional documentation is available in /usr/share/doc/shaaft/Readme.html <TODO>.

OPTIONS

+fullscreen 0, +fullscreen 1
  Run in windowed or in fullscreen mode, respectively.
+soundtrack FILE
  Use the given file as a soundtrack.
-shaftWidth 10
  Set the width of the shaft to 10 elements (default:5)
-shaftHeight 10
  Set the height of the shaft to 10 elements (default:5)
-shaftDepth 10
  Set the depth of the shaft to 10 elements (default:12)
-startLevel 5 (default:1)
  Set the start level to 5. This effects how fast the blocks drop and how many points you get per element.
-record FILE
  Record the game to the given file.
-play FILE
  Playback a previously recorded game
- vs + "-" options are transient, i.e. not stored in the config file
"+" options are persistent, i.e. stored in the config file

SEE ALSO

  /usr/share/doc/shaaft/Readme.html <TODO>

AUTHOR

Shaaft was written by Frank Becker <crittermail at telus dot net>
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