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       freetennis - free tennis simulation game


       freetennis [options]


       Free Tennis is a free tennis simulation game.


       A summary of options is included below.

       -help, --help
              Show summary of options.

       -p0 <name>
              The name of player 0 (default: ivan).

       -p1 <name>
              The name of player 1 (default: ivan).

              When  the  game is paused, do not show the "paused" sign. Useful
              for screenshots.

              Display the  number  of  Frames  Per  Second  (on  the  standard
              output). Useful for debugging.

              Shows some info useful to debug AI.

              Make  the  game  realistic.  This alters the parabola visibility
              depending on the player  and  shot.  Better  gameplay,  but  not
              suitable for newbies.

              Make  the  game  not realistic, but more suited to newbies.  The
              parabola is fully visible.

              Run with no sound.

       -xres <integer>
              The horizontal resolution (default: 640).

       -yres <integer>
              The vertical resolution (default: 480).

       -port <integer>
              The TCP port to use. Makes sense with -client and  -server.  The
              default is 4000.

       -computerskill <integer>
              Skill level of computer. A number from 0 (very difficult) to 250
              (very easy). Default is 190.

       -client <ip address>
              The IP address of the server. Only for multiplayer.

              Run Free Tennis as server. Only for multiplayer.

       -surf <surface>
              SURF: surface for  the  court.  Choices  are  "clay",  "cement",



       freetennis       was       written       by       Maurizio      Colucci

       This manual page was  written  by  Bart  Martens  <>  and
       updated by Mehdi Dogguy <>, for the Debian project
       (but may be used by others).

                                 Apr 26, 2008