Provided by: a7xpg_0.11.dfsg1-5_i386 bug

NAME

       a7xpg - chase action game

DESCRIPTION

       A7Xpg  is  a  chase action game. The goal of the game is to collect all
       the gold bullions found in each level and avoid crashing  into  any  of
       the  enemies.  As  you  progress  through the levels you will encounter
       harder enemies, and you can gain a short period of invincibility if you
       gather gold at high speeds.

OPTIONS

       These options are available:

       -brightness n
              Set the brightness of the screen.(n = 0 - 100, default = 100)

       -luminous n
              Set the luminous intensity.(n = 0 - 100, default = 50)

       -nosound
              Stop the sound.

       -window
              Launch the game in a window.

       -fullscreen
              Launch the game in fullscreen.

       -lowres
              Use the low resolution mode.

USAGE

       Keys:

       Movement
              Arrow, Num key / Joystick

       Boost  [Z][X][L-Ctrl][L-Alt] / Trigger 1-4

       Pause  [P]

       Quit   [ESC]

       Control  your ship and gather golds. The ship accelerates while holding
       the boost button.A boost power runs out about 1.5 seconds, so you  have
       to push the boost button again to maintain the speed.

       The  gauge  at  the  right-down  corner  is  the power gauge. The power
       increases when you take a gold at high  speed.  When  the  power  gauge
       becomes  full, your ship becomes invincible for a while. Attack enemies
       and earn the bonus score.

       The ship is destroyed when you touch the enemy. When you gather a given
       number  of  golds,  you  can  go to the next stage. If the timer at the
       right-up corner runs out, you also lose the ship.

       When all ships are destroyed, the game is over. The ship extends 20,000
       and  every  50,000  points.  If  your  score  is  over 100,000, you can
       continue the game.

SEE ALSO

       You   can   find   more   about   the    game    on    its    homepage:
       http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~cs8k-cyu/windows/a7xpg_e.html

AUTHOR

       A7Xpg has been written by Kenta Cho <cs8k-cyu@asahi-net.or.jp>

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