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NAME

       chromium - slick scrolling space shooter

SYNOPSIS

       chromium  [-fwv] [-na] [-nb] [-nt] [--fullscreen] [--window] [--vidmode
       <mode>] [--noaudio] [--noblend] [--notexborder]

DESCRIPTION

       chromium is a fast paced top down arcade  style  action  shooter  game.
       You  progress through the game by destroying everything that you see on
       screen. There are a variety of ’power-ups’ to assist you  on  the  way.
       There  is  a big boss to destroy at the end of each level and there are
       various ships to destroy before you reach each boss.

TIPS

       Do not let ANY enemy ships get past your fighters!

       Use your fighters as weapons!

       Strategic suicide is a powerful tactic!

       Self-destruct to preserve your ammunition!

OPTIONS

       When run with arguments that are not understood, usage  information  is
       shown.

       chromium
              understands the following command line options

       -f --fullscreen
              runs in fullscreen mode.

       -w --window
              runs in a window.

       -na --noaudio
              does not initialize audio.

       -v <mode>, --vidmode <mode>
              selects video mode.
              mode
              0 =  512 x  384
              1 =  640 x  480
              2 =  800 x  600
              3 = 1024 x  768
              4 = 1280 x 1024

       -nb --noblend
              disables blending. (OpenGL)

       -nt --notexborder
              do not set tex border color. (OpenGL)

ENVIRONMENT

       The following environment variables are used by chromium.

       CHROMIUM_SCORE
              specifies the location of the user high-score file.

       CHROMIUM_DATA
              specifies  the  location  of  user-customised game data with the
              same layout and filenames as the system one.

       CHROMIUM_FONT
              specifies the location of the font used  in  the  menu  and  the
              game.

FILES

       The following files are used by chromium.

       ~/.chromium
              contains various chromium user preferences.

       ~/.chromium-score
              contains the chromium user high-scores.

       ~/.chromium-music
              contains a list of music to play during the game.

       ~/.chromium-data/
              directory  containing  user-customized  game  data with the same
              layout and filenames as the system one.

       Chromium will also look in a system directory for data.

SEE ALSO

       "In game procedures and flight safety"

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Peter Joseph <kneecaps@debian.org>, for
       the Debian GNU/Linux system.

                                  Aug 3 2001                       chromium(6)