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       supertux2 - preview release of SuperTux Milestone 2, a classic style 2D
       platform game


       supertux2 [options]
       supertux2 [options] level.stl
       supertux2 [options] worldmap.stwm


       SuperTux is a classic style 2D platform game.   Run  and  jump  through
       multiple  worlds, fighting off enemies by jumping on them, bumping them
       from below or tossing objects at them,  grabbing  power-ups  and  other
       stuff on the way.


       These  programs  follow  the  usual  GNU command line syntax, with long
       options starting with two  dashes  (`-').   A  summary  of  options  is
       included below.

       -f, --fullscreen
              Run in fullscreen mode

       -w, --window
              Run in window mode

       -g, --geometry WIDTHxHEIGHT
              Run SuperTux in given resolution (eg. -g 800x600)

       -a, --aspect WIDTH:HEIGHT
              Run SuperTux with given aspect ratio (eg. -a 4:3)

       -d, --default
              Reset video settings to default values (-g 800x600 -a auto -w)

       --renderer RENDERER
              Render the game using the specified video renderer. Valid values
              are sdl, opengl, and auto (the default).

              Disable sound effects

              Disable music

       --help Show this help message

              Display SuperTux version and quit

              Enable ingame scripting console

              Disable ingame scripting console

              Display framerate in levels

              Do not display framerate in levels

       --record-demo FILE LEVEL
              Record a demo to FILE

       --play-demo FILE LEVEL
              Play a recorded demo


              Overrides locale detection and forces  locale  to  given  value,
              e.g. "de_DE".


              Contains  configuration  and savegames.  Also acts as an overlay
              of the SuperTux game data path: Files placed here,  as  well  as
              contents  of  Zip  archives  in this directory, will override or
              supplement game data files.


       To play level /tmp/mylevel.stl in a window of  size  800x600,  run  the
       program like this:

              supertux2 --window --geometry 800x600 /tmp/mylevel.stl

       To   play   a  previously  recorded  demo  /tmp/mylevel.demo  of  level
       /tmp/mylevel.stl, run SuperTux like this:

              supertux2 --play-demo /tmp/mylevel.demo /tmp/mylevel.stl

       Custom-made levels can be  conveniently  stored  in  the  overlay  data

                (version 2)
                (name (_ "Sample Level"))
                (author "Myself")

       Make  sure  to  also  create  an "info" file, so the collection will be
       recognized by SuperTux.

                (title "Sample Collection")
                (description "")

       For easier distribution, the level collection can be bundled in  a  Zip



       This is a development version, so expect plenty of bugs.


       This  manual  page was written by the SuperTux Devel Team and is placed
       in the public domain.