tsnake, a terminal snake game
tsnake is a terminal snake game written in C++ using the ncurses library with
support for maps and interactive resizing.
Move the snake using the arrow keys [
wasd] or vi's [
Here are some controls:
p] Pause the game
r] Restart with next map
The game starts with a speed of 2 m/s and every 20 points the speed
is increased until a maximum of 20 m/s.
If cheat mode is enabled (
--cheat), the speed can be increased with [
+] and decreased with [
The game has a few maps which can be chosen using the
Otherwise, maps are cycled automatically when the game is restarted.
If you are on Arch Linux or derivatives, use our
tsnake AUR package:
$ yay -S tsnake
You are done.
If you are on any other distro, first clone the repository.
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:langurmonkey/tsnake.git && cd tsnake
Then, build and install the software.
$ make && make install
You may need to run the
make install as a superuser.
To run the software, just do:
Here is the info listed by the
Usage: tsnake [OPTION]... Options: -h shows usage information -v prints version and exit -n [SIZE] set inital size of snake, which defaults to 4 -m [MAP_NUM] number of the first map to use as an integer, which is cycled using (map % nmaps) -c deactivate colors -x, --cheat activate cheat mode where speed can be increased and decreased with '+' and '-'
Also, you can check out the man page after installing if you wish.
$ man tsnake