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NAME

        all-demo - Allegro’s demonstration game
 

SYNOPSIS

        allegro
 

DESCRIPTION

        This  is  a simple game which demonstrates some features of the Allegro
        library, but it is also fully playable. The source is contained in  the
        liballegro-doc package.
 
        Use arrow buttons (left, right, up) to control your ship.
 
        Allegro  is  gift-ware. It was created by a number of people working in
        cooperation, and is given to you freely as a gift. You may use, modify,
        redistribute,  and generally hack it about in any way you like, and you
        do not have to give us anything in return. However, if  you  like  this
        product  you  are encouraged to thank us by making a return gift to the
        Allegro community. This could be by writing an add-on package,  provid‐
        ing  a useful bug report, making an improvement to the library, or per‐
        haps just releasing the sources of your program so  that  other  people
        can  learn  from them. If you redistribute parts of this code or make a
        game using it, it would be nice if you mentioned Allegro  somewhere  in
        the  credits,  but you are not required to do this. We trust you not to
        abuse our generosity.
 
        This manual page was written  for  the  Debian  GNU/Linux  distribution
        because the original program does not have a manual page.
 

OPTIONS

        -cheat
               Self explanatory...
 
        -turbo
               acceleration  is always on - lucky when your ship survive longer
               than 60 seconds.
 
        -jumpstart
               faster fadings
 

AUTHOR

        This manual page was written by Eduard  Bloch  <blade@debian.org>,  for
        the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
 
ALLEGRO(6)
 

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