So, uh, there's a bunch of penguins on an iceberg in Antarctica. You have been selected to catch them so they can be shipped to Finland, where they are essential to a secret plot for world domination.
In order to trap the penguins, you'll need to break the iceberg into small chunks by melting lines without hitting any of the birds. Once 80% or more of the 'berg is gone, you advance to the next level.
Use the left mouse button to start lines, and the right (and/or middle) button to toggle between horizontal and vertical. Beyond that, it's probably easier for you go figure out the game by playing than by reading. So go.
- -n, --nosound
do not attempt to initialize sound system. Causes the in-game Sound option to be marked N/A, and the config file setting to be ignored.
- -f, --fullscreen
start in fullscreen mode if possible. Ignores config file setting.
- -w, --windowed
start in windowed mode. Resets config file so that this is the default. You probably won't ever need to use this, but it's there in case fullscreen somehow is broken and you're too lazy to edit the config file manually.
- -tthemename, --theme=themename
select theme themename -- overrides config file. For more information on themes, see README.themes or the IceBreaker web site.
- -l, --listthemes
show available themes.
- -v, --version
display version and copyright information
- -h, --help
display simple command-line option help screen
The system-wide list of high scores.
The per-user options file; see comments in the file itself for more info.
See the included TODO file. And I'm sure there's a few that have slipped in without my knowledge. Please report anything you find to email@example.com.
There's an included README file. It's very clever. (I know because I wrote it.) And there's a web site at http://www.mattdm.org/icebreaker/.
icebreaker is Copyright (C) 2000-2002 Matthew Miller and released under the terms of the GNU General Public License. See the documentation included with the program for more details.
Matthew Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)