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PROGRAM:

NAME


frozen-bubble - arcade/reflex game

SYNOPSIS


frozen-bubble [OPTION]...

DESCRIPTION


The Frozen-Bubble game is a free software implementation of a popular arcade/reflex game.
The game mainly consists of firing randomly chosen bubbles across the board. If the shoot
ends up having a clump of at least 3 bubbles of the same color, they all pop. If some
bubbles were sticked only on the popping clump, they fall. In 1-player mode, the goal is
to pop all the bubbles on the board as quickly as possible. In 2-players or network mode,
you have to get your opponent to "die" before you.

CONTROL


The default controlling mechanism is through the keyboard, but you can play with a
joystick or a joypad if it is supported by the system (use the commandline option -ji to
make sure frozen-bubble detected your joysticks). A key (or a joystick direction or
button) is needed for moving the aim to the left, moving the aim to the right, center, and
fire.

1-PLAYER GAME


In single player mode, as a beginner the best training is to choose Play Default Levelset,
which lets you run through 100 levels of an increasing difficulty. Pop all the bubbles of
each level to advance to the next level.

If you want to train for multiplayer, choose Multiplayer Training which reproduces the
conditions of 2-player or network mode; the only difference is that created malus bubbles
are counted in your score, and you must get the highest score you can in 2 minutes.

2-PLAYERS GAME


In 2-players mode, you can play against a friend (or a foe, actually) on the same
computer. The board is populated with random bubbles, and your goal is to make big clumps
to send malus bubbles to your opponent.

NETWORK GAME


If your computer has networking, you can choose LAN GAME to play games against others on
your local network (up to 5 players). Frozen-Bubble will look for a game server on the
local network with a UDP broadcast, connect to it if found, or start a new game server if
not found.

If your computer is connected to Internet, you can choose NET GAME to play against others
on Earth (or beyond?). Frozen-Bubble will retrieve the server list from the master server
and propose you to choose between available servers. The flag in front of a server
indicates the preferred language for chatting with others before the game is started. The
ping is the roundtrip when talking with the server, choose a low ping when possible.

OPTIONS


--help
show command-line options summary

--fullscreen
start the game in fullscreen mode

--no-fullscreen
don't start the game in fullscreen mode

--no-sound
disable music and sound effects

--no-music
disable music (but not sound effects)

--no-sfx
disable sound effects (but not music)

--playlist directory
use all files of the given directory as music files and play them

--playlist file
use all files listed in the given file as music files and play them

--slow-machine
use this option if frozen-bubble runs too slowly on your machine (disables a few
animations)

--very-slow-machine
same as before, if it is not enough (disables all that can be disabled)

--solo
directly start solo (1p) game, with random levels

--direct
directly start 2p game (don't display menu)

--gameserver host[:port]
directly start NET/LAN game connecting to this game server (if port is omitted,
default port is used)

--chain-reaction
enable chain-reaction

--level number
start directly the game, at level number

--colour-blind
use special bubbles for colourblind people

--no-time-limit
disable time limit for shooting (e.g. kids mode)

--player-malus number
add number malus to the left player (can be negative - doesn't work in network mode)

--mp-training-difficulty number
set the average duration between receiving malus bubbles in 1 player multiplayer
training (default 30 (= every 30 seconds on average), the lower the harder)

--joysticks-info
print information about detected joystick(s) on startup (if Frozen-Bubble doesn't see
your joysticks/joypads, try loading the joydev module with modprobe joydev as root,
then retry)

--no-echo
when sound is enabled, disable echoing each typed character with a typewriter sound
(it may get on your nerves)

--my-nick nick
for NET/LAN games, use this nick instead of username (max 10 chars, ASCII alphanumeric
plus dash and underscore only) - notice that the /nick command is also available when
connected to a server to set your nick

--private
after connecting to a server for a NET game, don't use http://hostip.info/ to retrieve
your geographical position to send it to other players

--record directory
specify the recording directory (normally, records are saved in the directory
'.frozen-bubble/records' down your home directory)

--auto-record
automatically record all applicable games (normally, a record is triggered by hitting
the Print Screen key during a game)

--comment '...'
add the comment enclosed between simple quotes to records (must not contain anything
else than ASCII), it will be shown on console when playing back the record later

--replay record_file|URL
playback the specified record file

--save-frames directory
specify a directory where all (game) frames will be recorded; as the game is slowed
down, can only be used with --replay; warning, output is huge as 50 frames of each 900
KB are saved per second (e.g. 43 MB per second); a typical use case is then to build a
video out of the frames with e.g. this kind of command:

mencoder mf:///tmp/fbframes/frame* -mf fps=50 -o /tmp/output.avi -ovc lavc -lavcopts vcodec=mpeg4

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