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Manual Reference Pages  -  BLOCK (6)

NAME

block - a small text based maze game

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

block [-ahgms]

DESCRIPTION

A sample of the game in progress:



        #   }           #
        ############^####
           *@@  .       
        ####### #########
              # #
              ###





        The aim is to reach the exit                        }
        while eating all sweeties                           .
        by pushing the blocks                               @
        into suitable positions.
        
        You are                                            * +
        and can move through one way doors               < v ^ >
        while the blocks can not.

        To move around you can use                       h j k l
        or the numeric keypad                            1 2 5 3
        while jumps are controlled by                    H L 4 6 or z x


OPTIONS

-h Help. You can hit ‘?’ while playing the game for more help.
-a<character> Use the given character as cursor.
-g<filename> Load game from file <filename> eg -gtest. The -g can be omitted.
-m Game has to be completed within a given number of moves.
-s All sweeties have to be collected to win.

AUTHOR

Game by Marc Welz mwelz@erebor.bch.uct.ac.za.

Game Modified by Ovis ovis@ok.aiva.lt.

Man page by Joey Hess jeh22@cornell.edu.

DISTRIBUTION

Redistribution is subject to the GNU public license.

SEE ALSO

See the bed(6) manpage.

BUGS

Probably contains bugs - but if I knew what they were they would not be there ...

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