GNUjump - a xjump clone
[ REPLAY ] [ OPTIONS ]
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GNUjump is part of the GNU project.
GNUjump is a clone of the simple yet addictive game Xjump, adding new features
like multiplaying, unlimited FPS, smooth floor falling, themable graphics
The goal in this game is to jump to the next floor so you don't fall down. As
you go upper in the Falling Tower the floors will fall faster. Try to survive
longer than anyone.
To make the multiplayer games last longer, you can choose to have more than one
live, but the final result will be divided by the number of lives consumed.
If you give a replay file as an argument, the program will play it and quit.
- -w screenwidth, --width screenwidth
- Forces the screen width to screenwidth units.
- -h screenheigth, --heigth screenheigth
- Forces the screen height to screenheigth units.
- -b bitsperpixel, --bpp bitsperpixel
- Sets the screen bitdepth to bitsperpixel.
- -f , --fullscreen
- Force fullscreen mode.
- -s , --software
- Force software rendering.
- -o , --opengl
- Force OpenGL rendering.
- -a , --antialias
- Force antialiasing for rotating sprites.
- -n , --no-aa
- Disables antialiasing for rotating sprites.
- -? , --help
- Displays the help screen.
tab in the Highscores might seem strange at first, but it is
quite simple: it represents the Game Mode options set in that match. Each
letter represents an option:
1st Letter: The FPS limiter
s: GNUjump default - An arbitrary FPS limit.
x: Xjump - 40 fps, the xjump default
2nd Letter: The player rotation
s: GNUjump default - full rotation.
x: Xjump rotation mode
n: No rotation
3rd Letter: The falling floors scroll mode.
s: GNUjump default - Soft
x: Xjump - Hard
There is also a high score list on the internet at
http://www.gnu.org/software/gnujump/highscores.html . Please see that site for
instructions on how to get your scores in the list.
Copyright (C) 2005
Juan Pedro Bolívar Puente <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms
of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any later version without
was written by Juan Pedro Bolívar Puente