Provided by: luxman_0.41-24_i386
LuxMan - A maze game for Linux
luxman [ -r rate ] [ -f file ] [ -8hn ]
luxman is a maze game for Linux, similar to the ‘Pac Man’ arcade game.
It uses SVGAlib, so it runs in a console (as opposed to running under
You can change the playing order, create new levels, edit the
bitmaps, change colors, change sounds, etc., without recompiling
the source. See the file HOWTO.Modify for details.
* Multiple skill levels
Four to be exact, ranging from pitifully easy to nearly
impossible (well, as far as *I* can tell :).
* VT Switching
You can switch to/from the game at any time.
* Digitized sound
Just listen, you’ll hear what I mean.
-f name, --file name
Set scenarios filename to name. The default name is scenarios.
This file may be located either in the current directory or in
-r rate, --fps rate
Set frame rate to rate.
Use 8kHz sound playback. The default is 11kHz. This option is
considered OBSOLETE. If you really need this feature, or find it
useful, please e-mail email@example.com and tell me.
Do not use sound. This is on by default if you do not have a
Show a summary of command line options.
Please report any bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright (c) 1995 Frank McIngvale (email@example.com)
This manpage may be freely distributed in any form.