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       xsoldier - a space-based shoot'em up game


       xsoldier [-dwcsh] [-displayname] [-waitnumber] [-cmap] [-score] [-help]


       This manual page was written  for  the  Debian  GNU/Linux  distribution
       because the original program does not have a manual page.

       xsoldier  is  a space-based shoot'em up game. You fly around and try to
       kill everything that moves... and everything that doesn't  move...  You
       get the idea.


       -d, -display name
              The (X window) display on which you want to play the game.

       -w, -wait number
              Set  the  speed of the game. A higher number means the game runs
              slower. If you use this option the ranking mode is turned off.

       -c, -cmap
              Do nothing (only for backward compatibility).

       -s, -score
              Show the TOP10 soldiers, i.e. the highscore.

       -h, -help
              Show a short help text and exit.

              Force max level enemy attack, making your life really harder.

              Don't show "Press [p] to resume game." message when the game  is
              paused.  Useful for capturing a screen snapshot.


       Please    report    any    bugs   you   find   to   Yuusuke   HASHIMOTO


       xsoldier is covered by the GNU General Public License (GPL).


       Yuusuke HASHIMOTO <>

       This manual page was written by  Uwe  Hermann  <>,
       for  the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).  Modified
       by Oohara Yuuma <>.


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                               Sat,  6 Apr 2002                    XSOLDIER(6)