xsystem35 - program to play System 3.5 games
This manual page documents briefly the xsystem35
This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original
program does not have a manual page.
is a program to run System 3.5 games. Known games are:
•Ikenai Katsumi Sensei
•Rance IV for WIN
•Tōshin Toshi 2 for WIN
•Ningengari (in Alice no Yakata
•Type Zero (in Alice no Yakata
•ATLACH=NACHA (in Alice no Yakata
•DALK (in Alice no Yakata 456)
•Tōshin Toshi (in Alice no
•Dr. Stop! (in Alice no Yakata
•Rance I (in Alice no Yakata 456)
•Rance II (in Alice no Yakata
•Rance III (in Alice no Yakata
•AmbivalenZ for Win95
•これD.P.S.? (in 20 seiki
(in 20 seiki Alice)
•Only You - Re cross
•Daiakuji (Not opening)
The program start with the following options starting with one dash (`-'). A
summary of options is included below.
set game resouce file to 'file'
don't use MIT-SHM (use in another
set cdrom device name to 'device'
set midi device name to 'device'
set audio device name to 'device
/dev/dsp : oss type (device name)
select output audio device
Enlightened Sound Daemon mode
Disable Audio output
select output midi methods
External midi player
Raw Midi device
Sequenceer device (?:devicenumber)
Disable MIDI output
set external midi player to 'cmd'
set mixer device name to 'device'
(effective only for oss)
set joystick device name to 'device
if ' device
' is set to 'none', don't use the device
kanji code of filename (0 or 1 ... 0:euc,
always draw antialiased string (for !256
never use antialiased string (for !256 colors
start with fullscreen
disable image cursor
Show version of program.
Show summary of options.
The per-user configuration file to control the
behaviour of xsystem35.
Wrote this manpage for the Debian
Copyright © 2010 Ying-Chun Liu (PaulLiu)
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