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       ceferino - action game similar to Super Pang


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       The game is similar to 'Super Pang'.

       You  are  attacked  by  little green balls which are bouncing around and which you have to
       destroy with your knife. Your knife, however, is limited to being thrown upwards,  so  you
       have to get under the balls to destroy them.

       Even worse, if you destroy a large ball, it doesn't just vanish, but breaks apart into two
       smaller balls. Levels consist of little platforms connected by ladders, so you can  go  up
       and down or find cover if needed.



       With  this program you can configure the game options: video mode, full screen or windowed
       mode, music and sounds. The configuration is stored in $HOME/.ceferino

       You can move through the menu using the arrow keys, return and space.


       This command allows to run the game. It will get the  game  options  from  $HOME/.ceferino
       and,  after  a  brief introduction, will present a menu in which you can select a new game
       and some other things.

       During the game, you can use the following keys:
            Left Arrow - Move Left
            Right Arrow - Move Right
            x - Throw a knife
            z and c - Roll on the floor
            Up Arrow - Climb Stairs
            Down Arrow - Crouch

       The purpose of the game is to destroy all the balls and go up levels without being killed.

       The highest scores are stored in $HOME/.ceferinomarcas


       With this program you can edit the levels of the game. The data describing the new  levels
       will be stored in $HOME/

       You can use the mouse to modify the map.


       The game has been written by LosersJuegos ( see ):
                - Hugo Ruscitti <>
                  - Walter Velazquez <>
                    - Gabriel Valentin <>

       This   manual   page   was  written  for  the  Debian  GNU/Linux  system  by  Miriam  Ruiz
       <> (but may be used by others, of course)