Turn around and drive in the other direction.
|Additionally, some other keys can be pressed while playing:|
|Escape||Pause the game, and open the in-game menu.|
|TAB||Autozoom animation. Zooms out so that you can see the whole level.|
|F2||Switch the camera to the ghost, so you can follow it and see how the level can be mastered.|
|F3||Add the current level to favorites while playing. Press again to remove from favorites.|
|F5||Restart the level while playing. Rebuild the database if pressed while in the main menu.|
|F7||Show/hide frames-per-second counter.|
|F8||Activate/Deactivate Internet connection.|
|F9||Switch to the "Ugly mode". Saves a lot of CPU time and shows some secret passages.|
|F10||Theme Mode. It can be used to test custom graphics. Also helps to avoid wreckers.|
|F11||Line Mode. This mode is mostly for testing. Draws lines around blocks and shows zones.|
|F12||Take a Screenshot. The file is saved into the xmoto directory.|
|Toggle replay interpolation. Makes replays look smoother when turned on.|
|Ctrl+m||Toggle mirror mode. Wanna have twice as many levels?|
|Ctrl+b||Blacklist/unblacklist a level while playing.|
|Ctrl+o||display the option window|
|PgUp||Jump to the previous level while playing.|
|Jump to the next level while playing.|
|Toggle fullscreen. Aslo changes your "run windowed/fullscreen" setting.|
Most of these options also change your config settings, so be careful!
-h, -?, -help, --help Show summary of options. -res, --resolution <widthxheight> Forces a specific display resolution. --bpp <bits> Forces a specific number of bits per pixel. -fs, --fullscreen Forces the game to run in fullscreen mode. -win, --windowed Forces the game to run in windowed mode. --nosound Turns off sound effects, even if they are enabled in the config. -r, --replay <replay> Play the replay and quit afterwards. -ri, --replayInfos <replay> Display information about the replay and quit. -v, --verbose Be verbose and output debug messages on the standard output. -l,--level id Start playing the specified level right away. If id is a number the corresponding built-in level is selected, otherwise it should be the identifier of an external level (not the file name). --levelFile <FILE> Start playing the given level right away. -d, --debug Enables debug mode. -p,--profile name Use the player profile specified by name. --children Force children compliant mode. It removes levels not suitable for children. --configpath path Use path as the xmoto configuration path. -ll, --listlevels Output the list of available levels and quit. -lr, --listreplays Output the list of available replays and quit. --fps Enables framerate display. -td, --timedemo Tries to render the game as fast as possible. No delaying, maximum framerate. --benchmark Only meaningful when combined with --replay and --timedemo. Useful to determine graphics performance. --nowww Do not allow xmoto to connect to the web. --testTheme Enables testThemeMode. This will display the collision forms over the sprites of the theme to check if the theme is nicely designed. --drawlib drawlib Choose which rendering engine to use (default one is OPENGL if available). You do not need this unless you *really* know what you are doing. --noexts Do not use any OpenGL extensions. --novobs Dont use VOB OpenGL extension (GL_ARB_vertex_buffer_object). --ugly Enables "the ugly" mode. This will increase the games framerate significantly, but it will also make the graphics look very ugly - most things inside the game will be drawn with lines, the rider for instance being a simple stick figure. This option is very useful if your system doesnt have a proper OpenGL-capable video card (like for instance if you have a laptop with on-board video card). If you have the right amount of CPU power, it should even be possible to run X-Moto in OpenGL software emulation mode (MesaGL on linux, Windows OpenGL fallback driver, etc). --defaultTheme theme Set theme as default theme for new profiles created. This is mostly useful for packagers wanting to set the theme of their distribution by default. --noDBDirsCheck Dont check that system and user dirs changed at startup. It is mainly usefull if you use X-Moto on a USB key. --server Run X-Moto as a server only (no gui). --serverPort <port> Specify the server port (with --server only). --serverAdminPassword <password> Specify a server admin password which is always valid (with --server only). --connectAtStartup Connect the client to the server at startup. --updateLevelsOnly Only update levels (no gui). --noLog Disable logging into xmoto.log --pack bin dir Build a bin package from the directory dir. --unpack bin dir no_list Unpack the bin package into the dir dir. Add no_list if you do not need a list of all extracted files. --cleancache Deletes the content of the level cache. --cleanNoWWWLevels Check web levels list and remove levels which are not available on the web (removed files are put into ~/.xmoto/Trash/Levels) --sqlTrace Enable sql trace mode. --videoRecording Enable video recording while plaing/replaying (should be used with --replay and --benchmark). --videoRecordingSizeDivision DIVISION Change video size (1=full, 2=50%, 4=25%). --videoRecordingFramerate FRAMERATE Change video framerate. --videoRecordingStartTime NBCENTSOFSECONDS Start recording video after NBCENTSOFSECONDS time elapsed. --videoRecordingEndTime NBCENTSOFSECONDS Stop recording video after NBCENTSOFSECONDS time elapsed. --hidePlayingInformation Dont show some information while playing/replaying ; usefull to make nicer video.
view a replay in windowed mode:
xmoto --windowed ~/.xmoto/Replays/replay.rpl
disable sounds, Internet connection and play mylevel.lvl directly:
xmoto --nosound --nowww mylevel.lvl
xmoto was written by Rasmus Neckelmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Nicolas Adenis-Lamarre <email@example.com> and Emmanuel Gorse <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Please fill out bug reports on our website: <http://todo.xmoto.tuxfamily.org/>, or write to email@example.com.