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NAME

       neverball - 3D floor-tilting game

SYNOPSIS

       neverball [options]

DESCRIPTION

       In  the  grand  tradition  of  Marble  Madness  and  Super Monkey Ball,
       Neverball has you guide a rolling  ball  through  dangerous  territory.
       Balance  on  narrow bridges, navigate mazes, ride moving platforms, and
       dodge pushers and shovers to get to the goal. Race against the clock to
       collect coins to earn extra balls.

OPTIONS

       The following command-line options are available:

       -d, --data DIR
              Run the game with a different data directory

       -r, --replay FILE
              Play the specified replay.

       -i, --info
              Display information about the replay specified by --replay.

       -v, --version
              Show version number.

       -h, --help
              Show a summary of command-line options.

CONTROLS

       Escape Pause and resume / Exit

       F1     Chase view

       F2     Lazy view

       F2     Manual view

       F6     Hide HUD

       F9     Toggle frame counter

       F10    Take screenshot

       Arrow Keys | Mouse | Joystick
              Floor tilting

       S | Left mouse click
              Rotate the view left

       D | Right mouse click
              Rotate the view right

       R      Restart current level

       Shift  Faster view rotation

ENVIRONMENT

       HOME   Specify  the  path to the directory containing the configuration
              directory (~/.neverball).

       NEVERBALL_DATA
              Used to determine the path to Neverball data files.

SEE ALSO

       Homepage: <http://icculus.org/neverball/>.

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Tamas SZERB <toma@rulez.org> and  Jorda
       Polo <jorda@ettin.org>.

       Permission  is  granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
       under the terms of the GNU General Public License,  Version  2  or  any
       later  version  published  by  the  Free Software Foundation. On Debian
       systems, the complete text of the GNU General  Public  License  can  be
       found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.