Provided by: supertux_0.4.0-1_amd64
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-sfx Disable sound effects --disable-music Disable music --help Show this help message --version Display SuperTux version and quit --console Enable ingame scripting console --noconsole Disable ingame scripting console --show-fps Display framerate in levels --no-show-fps Do not display framerate in levels --record-demo FILE LEVEL Record a demo to FILE --play-demo FILE LEVEL Play a recorded demo
SUPERTUX_LANG Overrides locale detection and forces locale to given value, e.g. "de_DE".
~/.supertux2 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 folder. ~/.supertux2/levels/sample_collection/level01.stl (supertux-level (version 2) (name (_ "Sample Level")) (author "Myself") ... Make sure to also create an "info" file, so the collection will be recognized by SuperTux. ~/.supertux2/levels/sample_collection/info ;SuperTux-Level-Subset (supertux-level-subset (title "Sample Collection") (description "") ) For easier distribution, the level collection can be bundled in a Zip archive. ~/.supertux2/sample_collection.zip levels/sample_collection/info levels/sample_collection/level01.stl ...
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.