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TREK(6)                BSD Reference Manual               TREK(6)


NAME
       trek - trekkie game

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/games/trek [ [ -a ] file ]

DESCRIPTION
       Trek is a game of space glory and war.  Below is a summary
       of commands.  For complete documentation, see Trek by Eric
       Allman.

       If  a filename is given, a log of the game is written onto
       that file.  If the -a flag is given before  the  filename,
       that file is appended to, not truncated.

       The  game  will  ask  you what length game you would like.
       Valid responses are "short", "medium",  and  "long".   You
       may also type "restart", which restarts a previously saved
       game.  You will then be prompted for the skill,  to  which
       you must respond "novice", "fair", "good", "expert", "com-
       modore", or "impossible".  You should normally  start  out
       with a novice and work up.

       In  general,  throughout  the  game, if you forget what is
       appropriate the game will tell you what it expects if  you
       just type in a question mark.

AUTHOR
       Eric Allman

SEE ALSO
       /usr/doc/trek

COMMAND SUMMARY
       abandon                       capture
       cloak up/down
       computer request; ...         damages
       destruct                      dock
       help                          impulse course distance
       lrscan                        move course distance
       phasers automatic amount
       phasers manual amt1 course1 spread1 ...
       torpedo course [yes] angle/no
       ram course distance           rest time
       shell                         shields up/down
       srscan [yes/no]
       status                        terminate yes/no
       undock                        visual course
       warp warp_factor





4th Berkeley DistributioDecember 30, 1993                       1