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NAME

     openttd - An open source clone of the Microprose game Transport Tycoon
     Deluxe

SYNOPSIS

     openttd [-Defhix] [-G seed] [-b blitter] [-d [level | cat=lvl[, ...]]]
             [-c config_file] [-g [savegame]] [-l host[:port]]
             [-n host[:port][#player]] [-r widthxheight] [-t date] [-m driver]
             [-s driver] [-v driver] [-b blitter]

OPTIONS

     -D [host][:port]         Start a dedicated server

     -G seed                  Seed the pseudo random number generator

     -b blitter               Set the blitter, see -h

     -c config_file           Use ’config_file’ instead of ’openttd.cfg’

     -d [level]               Set debug verbosity for all categories to level
                              or 1 if omitted

     -d cat=level[, ...]      Set debug verbosity for a specific category

     -e                       Start in world editor mode

     -f                       Fork into background (dedicated only, see -D)

     -g [savegame]            Load savegame at start or start a new game if
                              omitted

     -h                       Display a summary of all options and available
                              drivers

     -i                       Force to use the DOS palette (use this if you
                              see a lot of magenta)

     -l host[:port]           Redirect DEBUG(), See -D

     -m driver                Set the music driver, see -h

     -n host[:port][#player]  Join a network game, optionally specify player
                              to play as and port to connect to

     -r widthxheight          Set the resolution

     -s driver                Set the sound driver, see -h

     -t date                  Set the starting date

     -v driver                Set the video driver, see -h

     -x                       Do not automatically save to config file on exit

SEE ALSO

     http://wiki.openttd.org/, http://www.openttd.org

HISTORY

     Transport Tycoon Deluxe was written by Chris Sawyer and published by
     Microprose.  openttd is a free reimplementation.