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       blockattack - a puzzle game inspired by Tetris Attack


       blockattack [OPTION]...


       Block Attack - Rise of the blocks 2.5.0

       Block Attack - Rise of the Blocks is a puzzle/blockfall game inspired by Tetris Attack for
       the SNES.


       -h [ --help ]
              Displays this message

              Display the version information

       -c [ --config ] arg
              Read a config file with the values. Can be given multiple times

              Disables the sound. Can be used if sound errors prevents you from starting

              Causes the game to not sleep between frames.

              Asks SDL2 to use software renderer

              Enables basic verbose messages

              Enables verbose messages regarding controllers

              Prints the search path and quits

              Do not automatically auto scale

              Use 16:9 format even in Window mode

       --puzzle-level-file arg
              Sets the default puzzle file to load

       --puzzle-single-level arg
              Start the specific puzzle level directly

       --bind-text-domain arg
              Overwrites  the  bind  text  domain  used  for   finding   translations.   Default:

       --homepath arg
              Set  the  home folder where settings are saved. The directory will be created if it
              does not exist. Default: "$HOME/.local/share/blockattack"


              Start the game normally

       blockattack --nosound
              Start the game without sound. Can be used if sound problems prevents the game  from

       blockattack --puzzle-level-file puzzle.levels --puzzle-single-level 3
              Start the game with the default puzzles in level 3

       blockattack --bind-text-domain /dev/null
              Disables translations


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       Copyright   ©   2005-2016   Poul   Sander   License   GPLv2+:   GNU    GPL    version    2
       <>              or              later
       This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.  There is NO  WARRANTY,
       to the extent permitted by law.