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NAME

       corsix-th - A Theme Hospital engine reimplementation.

SYNOPSIS

       corsix-th    [–interpreter=luafile]    [–config-file    configfile]    [–load=   savefile]
       [–dump=strings]

DESCRIPTION

       Theme Hospital was a simulation  computer  game  developed  by  Bullfrog  Productions  and
       published by Electronic Arts in 1997, in which the player designs and operates a hospital.

       This  project  aims  to reimplement the game engine of Theme Hospital, and be able to load
       the original game data files.  This means that you will need a  purchased  copy  of  Theme
       Hospital, or a copy of the demo, in order to use CorsixTH.

       On Debian systems these data files can be packaged with game-data-packager

OPTIONS

       This is a list of the options accepted by corsix-th

       –interpreter=luafile
              Specify an alternative file to use as the main interpreter (bootstrap code)

       –config-file configfile
              Use an alternative configuration file

       –load=savefile
              If specified, loads the given save file immediately on start-up

       –dump=strings
              Turns on debugging mode

FILES

       The save files are stored in ~/.config/CorsixTH/Saves/

SEE ALSO

       game-data-packager(6)

AUTHOR

       CorsixTH was written by Peter “Corsix” Cawley et al.

       Copyright  ©  2012  Chris  Butler  <chrisb@debian.org>  Copyright © 2015 Alexandre Detiste
       <alexandre@detiste.be> This man page was written for the Debian project, but may  be  used
       by others.

                                            2018-08-13                               corsix-th(6)