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sandbox_unix - Launcher Script for Platinum Arts Sandbox Game Maker
This manual page documents briefly the sandbox_unix command. sandboxgamemaker is a program that allows collaborative creation of video games. Please see http://sandboxgamemaker.com for further information.
To add a command line option type (-) followed by the argument with no spaces. -h|-?|-help|--help show this help message -g<string> set gamemode to <string> (default: fps) available modes: ssp, fps, rpg, movie, krs --server launch dedicated server binary instead --launcher start the graphical launcher GUI instead --master launch a masterserver for server registration NOTE: compiled masterserver not included
To add a command line option type (-) followed by the argument with no spaces. -q<string> use <string> as the home directory (default: ~/.platinumarts) -k<string> mounts <string> as a package directory -r<string> executes <string> before launching, use instead of arguments such as -t, -a, -h, etc -t<num> sets fullscreen to <num> -d<num> runs a dedicated server (0), or a listen server (1) -w<num> sets window width, height is set to width * 3 / 4 unless also provided -h<num> sets window height, width is set to height * 4 / 3 unless also provided -z<num> sets depth (z) buffer bits (do not touch) -b<num> sets colour bits (usually 32 bit) -a<num> sets anti aliasing to <num> -v<num> sets vsync to <num> -- -1 for auto -t<num> sets fullscreen to <num> -s<num> sets stencil buffer bits to <num> (do not touch) -f<num> turns of shaders (0), or sets shader precision to <num> - 1 (1-3) -l<string> loads map <string> after initialisation -x<string> executes script <string> after initialisation
To add a command line option type (-) followed by the argument with no spaces. -u<num> sets the upload rate to <num> -c<num> sets the maximum amount of clients (max: 127 humans) -i<string> sets the server's ip address (use with caution) -j<num> sets the port to use for server connections -m<string> sets the masterserver's URL to <string> -q<string> use <string> as the home directory (default: ~/.platinumarts) -k<string> mounts <string> as a package directory
Sandbox Game Maker was written by: Platinum Arts, LLC <PlatinumArts@gmail.com> sandbox_unix by Kevin "Hirato Kirata" Meyer (c) 2008-2010 - zlib/libpng licensed This manual page was written by Scott Howard <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). March 6, 2010 SANDBOX_UNIX(6)