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Arena Training Room (stage0-720.def):

; Definition of stage 0 (training stage)
; *** denotes values you should change/check for each stage.
; The term "background" is used to mean both backgrounds and foregrounds.

name = "Training Room 720" ;Name of the stage.
displayname = "Training Room 720" ;Name to display
versiondate = 09,30,2009    ;Version date of stage (MM,DD,YYYY or X.XX)
mugenversion = 1.0          ;Version of M.U.G.E.N stage works on (X.XX)
author = "Elecbyte"         ;Stage author name

 ;Camera starting position: Usually 0 for both
startx = 0
starty = 0

 ;Left and right bound of camera
 ;You may want to fiddle a bit with these values to make sure the
 ;background doesn't move too far or too little
boundleft = -500
boundright = 500

 ;High and low bound of camera
 ;High is a negative number. Make is more negative if you want to
 ;camera to be able to move higher.
 ;Low should usually be 0.
 ;If omitted, defaults to -25 and 0 respectively
boundhigh = -450
boundlow = 0

 ;This is how much the camera will move vertically towards the
 ;highest player. Valid values are from 0 to 1. A value of 0 will mean
 ;the camera does not move up at all. A value of 1 will makes the camera
 ;follow the highest player.
 ;Typically .2 for normal-sized backgrounds. You may need to pull this
 ;value up for taller backgrounds.
verticalfollow = .85

 ;Minimum vertical distance the highest player has to be from the floor,
 ;before the camera starts to move up to follow him. For extremely
 ;tall stages, a floor tension of about 20-30 coupled with a
 ;vertical-follow of .8 allows the camera to follow the action.
floortension = 200

 ;Horizontal distance player is from edge before camera starts to move
 ;left or right. Typically 50 or 60.
tension = 200

overdrawhigh = 120
overdrawlow = 120
cuthigh = 0
cutlow = 0

;--- Player 1 ---
 ;Player 1 starting coordinates.
p1startx = -280         ;Starting x coordinates
p1starty = 0            ;Starting y coordinates
p1facing = 1            ;Direction player faces: 1=right, -1=left

;--- Player 2 ---
p2startx = 280
p2starty = 0
p2facing = -1

;--- Player 3 ---
p3startx = -400
p3starty = 0
p3facing = 1

;--- Player 4 ---
p4startx = 400
p4starty = 0
p4facing = -1

;--- Common ---
leftbound  = -4000 ;Left bound (x-movement)
rightbound =  4000 ;Right bound

 ;Distance from left/right edge of screen that player can move to
 ;Typically 15
screenleft = 60    ;Dist from left of screen that player can move to
screenright = 60   ;Right edge

 ;"Ground" level where players stand at, measured in pixels from the
 ;top of the screen.
 ;Adjust this value to move the ground level up/down in the screen.
zoffset = 660

 ;Leave this at 1. It makes the players face each other
autoturn = 1

 ;Set the following to 1 to have the background reset itself between
resetBG = 1

 ;Width and height of the local coordinate space of the stage.
localcoord = 1280, 720

 ;Horizontal and vertical scaling factor for drawing.
xscale = 1
yscale = 1

 ;This is the shadow darkening intensity. Valid values range from
 ;0 (lightest) to 256 (darkest). Defaults to 128 if omitted.
intensity = 96

 ;This is the shadow color given in r,g,b. Valid values for each
 ;range from 0 (lightest) to 255 (darkest).
 ;Defaults to 0,0,0 if omitted.
 ;intensity and color's effects add up to give the final shadow
color = 0,0,0

 ;This is the scale factor of the shadow. Use a big scale factor
 ;to make the shadow longer. You can use a NEGATIVE scale factor
 ;to make the shadow fall INTO the screen.
 ;Defaults to 0.4 if omitted.
yscale = .3

 ;This parameter lets you set the range over which the shadow is
 ;visible. The first value is the high level, and the second is
 ;the middle level. Both represent y-coordinates of the player.
 ;A shadow is invisible if the player is above the high level,
 ;and fully visible if below the middle level. The shadow is
 ;faded in between the two levels. This gives an effect of the
 ;shadow fading away as the player gets farther away from the
 ;ground. If omitted, defaults to no level effects (shadow is
 ;always fully visible).
fade.range = 0,0

 ;Intensity of reflection (from 0 to 256). Set to 0 to have no
 ;reflection. Defaults to 0.
intensity = 0

 ;Put a filename for a MOD, MP3 or MIDI here, or just leave it
 ;blank if you don't want music. If an invalid filename is
 ;given, then no music will play. To play CD audio, put
 ;the track number followed by ".da". Using a track number of
 ;0 will play a random audio track. For example, to play
 ;track 3 from a music CD, use:
 ;  bgmusic = 3.da
bgmusic =

;bgmloopstart = 
;bgmloopend = 

 ;Adjust the volume. 100 is for 100%.
bgmvolume = 100

; Background definition
; ***
; [BG x]
; type = ?       "Normal"/"Parallax"  (def: "normal")
; spriteno = ?, ? Sprite group and number: groupno, imgno  (req'd)
; start = ?, ?   Starting location (integer)  (def: 0, 0)
; delta = ?, ?   Change in location per camera unit moved (float)  (def: 1,1)
; trans = ?      Transparency settings: "none"/"add"/"add1"/"sub"" (def: "none")
; mask = ?       Masking (int): 0 - off, 1 - on  (def: 0)
; velocity = ?, ? Velocity: x, y (float): speed background moves (def: 0, 0)
; tile = ?, ?    Tiling: xtile, ytile (int): 0 - off, 1 - infinite,
;                        >1 - tile that number of times  (def: 0, 0) - only for Normal BG
; tilespacing = ?, ? Tiling: x, y (int) : space between tiles (def: 0, 0)
;  Parallax-only:
; xscale = ?, ?    Top xscale, bottom xscale (float)
; width = ?, ?     Top width, bottom width (int)  (use either this or above, but not both)
; yscalestart = ?  Starting y-scale (float, in percent)  (def: 100)
; yscaledelta = ?  Change in y-scale per unit (float, in percent)  (def: 0)

; Main background definition
 ;Filename of sprite data
spr = stage0-720.sff

 ;Set to 1 if you want to clear the screen to magenta before
 ;drawing layer 0 (the default background). Good for spotting "holes"
 ;in your background.
 ;Remember to turn this off when you are done debugging the background,
 ;because it slows down performance.
debugbg = 0

; Start each background element with the following:
; Make sure it's "[BG n]", where n is anything you like (it's only used to
; report errors.) For example, you could use:  [BG TheFloor]
; Specify as many as you like. This is an example of a normal background:
[BG 0]

 ;The background type goes here: for now, only NORMAL and PARALLAX
 ;If this line is omitted, the type will be assumed to be normal.
type  = normal

 ;The sprite number to use for the background (from the SFF specified above)
 ;It's the group-number, followed by a comma, then the sprite-number
 ;*** Do not omit this line.
spriteno = 0, 0

 ;This is the layer number, which determines where the sprite is drawn to.
 ;Valid values are 0 and 1.
 ;0 for background (behind characters), 1 for foreground (in front)
 ;If this line is omitted, the default value of 0 will be assumed.
layerno = 0

 ;This is the starting location of the background in the format
 ;x, y
 ;If this line is omitted, the default value of 0,0 will be assumed.
start = 0, 0

 ;These are the number of pixels the background moves for every single unit
 ;of camera movement, in the format
 ;x, y
 ;For the main background (eg. the floor the players stand on) you'll want
 ;to use a delta of 1,1. Things farther away should have a smaller delta,
 ;like 0.5 for example. Things near the camera should have a larget delta.
 ;If this line is omitted, the default value of 1,1 will be assumed.
delta = .75, .75

 ;Here is the transparency setting of the background.
 ;Valid values are:
 ;"none" for normal drawing
 ;"add" for colour addition (like a spotlight effect)
 ;"add1" for colour addition with background dimmed to 50% brightness
 ;"addalpha" for colour addition with control over alpha values (you need
 ;    an "alpha" parameter if you use this)
 ;"sub" for colour subtraction (like a shadow effect)
 ;If this line is omitted, it's assumed that there will be no transparency.
trans = none

 ;Use this parameter only if "trans = addalpha". First value is the alpha
 ;of the source (sprite), and the second is the alpha of the destination
 ;(background). The values range from 0 to 256.
 ;Uncomment the line below to use it:
;alpha = 256,0

 ;Mask means whether or not to draw colour zero of a sprite.
 ;If you turn masking off, the background will take less CPU power to draw,
 ;so remember to turn it off on sprites that don't use it.
 ;If this line is omitted, it's assumed that there will be no masking.
mask  = 0

 ;The format for tiling is x,y. For each of them, the value is:
 ;0 to use no tiling, 1 to tile, n where (n>1) to tile n times.
 ;If this line is omitted, it's assumed that there will be no tiling.
;tile  = 0, 0

 ;This is the x and y space between each tile, for tiled backgrounds
 ;If omitted, default value is 0,0
tilespacing = 0,0

 ;This defines the drawing space, or "window" of the background. It's
 ;given in the form
 ;x1,y1, x2,y2
 ;where (x1,y1)-(x2,y2) define a rectangular box.
 ;Make the window smaller if you only want to draw part of the background.
 ;You normally do not have to change this setting. Value values range from
 ;0-319 for x, and 0-239 for y. The values are 0,0, 319,239 by default (full
 ;Uncomment the line below to use it:
;window = 0,0, 1279, 719

 ;Similar to the delta parameter, this one affects the movement of
 ;the window. Defaults to 0,0
 ;Uncomment the line below to use it:
;windowdelta = 0,0

[BG 1]
type  = parallax
spriteno = 1, 0
start = 0, 612
delta = .78, .75
xscale = 1, 3
yscalestart = 100
yscaledelta = .3
mask = 0

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