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NAME

       tennix -- A funny 2D tennis game with network play support

SYNOPSIS

       tennix [options]

DESCRIPTION

       tennix is a top-view 2D tennis game. It features a two-player game mode
       and a single-player mode against the computer.

       This is the SDL port of a DOS game written in 2003. The  original  game
       can still be found on the web at http://thp.io/2003/tennix/

CONTROLS

       You  can  select  the  controls  directly in the menu. Usually, in two-
       player game mode, player 1 plays using W, S, D, E, F and player 2 plays
       using  O,  L,  K,  I,  J.  You  can  also  play using mouse, gamepad or
       Joystick.

       When using network play, you have to configure your opponent  with  the
       input device "Network player", and make sure that the opponent does the
       same thing (but in reverse).

       P      (Un)pause the game

       F      Switch between windowed and fullscreen mode

OPTIONS

       -f, --fullscreen
              Start the game in fullscreen mode

       -b, --benchmark
              Start the game in benchmark/attract mode (AI vs AI,  auto-start,
              no menu)

       -m, --master <IP-of-slave>
              Network  play  mode; play as master and send input over to slave
              via the given IP

       -s, --slave <IP-of-master>
              Network play mode; play as slave and send input over  to  master
              via the given IP

       -h, --help
              Show summary of options

HOMEPAGE

       http://icculus.org/tennix/

AUTHOR

       The   author   and   current   maintainer  of  Tennix  is  Thomas  Perl
       (thp.io/about).

       This manual page was written by  Andrea  Colangelo  (warp10@ubuntu.com)
       for  the  Ubuntu  system  (but  may  be used by others).  Permission is
       granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms
       of  the  GNU  General  Public  License,  Version  2  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-2.