An endless runner game.
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README.txt

Parallel Overhead ReadMe
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Copyright © 2020 Linus Vanas <linus@vanas.fi>
SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT

WARNING: This game features rapidly changing colors.

Parallel Overhead is an endless runner game where you take control of the
ships Truth and Beauty on a groundbreaking trip through hyperspace. A stable
hyperspace tunnel is finally being achieved with two ships locked to the
opposite walls of the tunnel. Well, almost stable...

https://huitsi.net/games/parallel-overhead/

Playing the game
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The executable binary for GNU/Linux systems is called parallel_overhead.
Parallel Overhead requires the SDL2-library to be installed in the system as
well as GLES 2.0 support. Parallel overhead has a few command line options, run
'./parallel_overhead --help' to find out more about them.

Keep the ships from falling through the holes! The ships can be rotated
clockwise with the left arrow key and anticlockwise with the right arrow key.
The game can be paused/unpaused with space or enter, restarted with backspace
and exited with escape.

The game starts paused so that you can resize the window and adjusts the
(separate) music and sound effect volumes in your OS mixer.

Building from source
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The Parallel Overhead source code can be found at:
https://huitsi.net:61734/Huitsi/ParallelOverhead
https://github.com/Huitsi/ParallelOverhead

When cloning with git, git-lfs is needed to get the audio assets. Make sure you
have initialized it with 'git lfs install' before cloning.

Building Parallel Overhead is tested on Debian Buster. The required packages
are build-essential and libsdl2-dev. With those installed Parallel Overhead can
be simply built with 'make parallel_overhead'.