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       moon-buggy - drive some car across the moon


       moon-buggy [-hnsV] [--help] [--no-title] [--show-scores] [--version]


       Moon-buggy  is  a  simple character graphics game, where you drive some
       kind of  car  across  the  moon's  surface.   Unfortunately  there  are
       dangerous craters there.  Fortunately your car can jump over them!


       The program understands the following command line options.

       -h, --help
              shows a short usage message.

       -m, --mesg
              disable  write  access  to your terminal by other users, so your
              boss can't disturb your game play with the help  of  "write"  or

       -n, --no-title
              skips the title screen.

       -s, --show-scores
              shows the current highscore list and exits.

       -V, --version
              prints the program's version to standard output and exits.


       The  moon-buggy  is controlled by a couple of keys, which are described
       near the bottom of the screen.  Most important are the following keys.

       SPC, j makes your car jump.  The length of a jump is fixed and you  can
              only  start  a  new  jump,  while the wheels have contact to the

       a, l   fires the mining laser.  The laser is  used  to  remove  stones,
              which may block your way.

       q      quits  the  game prematurely.  But you still keep your score and
              may enter the highscore list.


       The following files on your system are related to moon-buggy.

              the moon-buggy executable.

              the global score file

              the local score file.  This is used, if moon-buggy has no  write
              access to the global score file.


       Moon-buggy Usage and Maintenance by Jochen Voss.


       Copyright (C) 2004  Jochen Voss

       Moon-buggy  is free software.  Read the file COPYING of the source code
       distribution for details or press 'c' at moon-buggy's title screen.


       The   program   moon-buggy   was    implemented    by    Jochen    Voss