Provided by: gltron_0.70final-8ubuntu3_i386 bug

NAME

       gltron - a tron-like 3D lightcycle game

SYNOPSIS

       gltron [[-FftwbghcCsk1234simo]

DESCRIPTION

       glTron  is  a  tron-like  lightcycle game with a nice 3D perspective 3D
       acceleration is recommended.

       More   information   can   be   found   at   the   gltron   web    site
       http://www.gltron.org/

PROBLEMS

       If  the game refuses to start up, check your hardware settings and that
       the necessary libraries are installed.

       If the options are messed up, remove ~/.gltronrc and try again.

       Anything else check TODO, known bugs on the website, and lastly ask  in
       #gltron on irc.freenode.net.

OPTIONS

       Valid command line options:

       -O     enable  software optimizations, useful if your card doesn’t have
              OpenGL acceleration. For best results combine with -t and -1.

       -f     fast finish after human has crashed

       -F     don’t display FPS counter

       -t     don’t display floor texture, use lines instead (huge speed gain)

       -w     don’t display walls (speed gain)

       -x     don’t show crash texture (speed gain)

       -g     don’t show glows (small speed gain)

       -c     don’t show ai status

       -C     show ai status (default: on)

       -1     set resolution to 320x240

       -2     set resolution to 640x480 (default)

       -3     set resolution to 800x600

       -4     set resolution to 1024x768

       -s     don’t play sound

       -h     help

AUTHOR

       Updated  with PROBLEMS section by Countersync <countersync@hotmail.com>
       before submission to upstream source.

       This   manual   page   was    written    by     Jeronimo     Pellegrini
       <pellegrini@mpcnet.com.br>,  based on the information in the package by
       Raphael Bossek, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but  may  be  used  by
       others).

                                  2001-06-10                         GLTRON(6)