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NAME

       ire — A role-playing-game engine similar to Ultima 6

SYNOPSIS

       ire [options ]

       ire-flat [no option ]

       ire-rotj [no option ]

DESCRIPTION

       ire  is  a  role-playing-game  engine  similar  to  Ultima  VI with the
       emphasis on customisation.Today, two games are provided :

       The flat  A simple demo environnement

                 The script ire-flat can be use to run ire with the flat  game
                 project.

       The reign of the just
                 Blown  into  the  past  by  a nuclear physics experiment gone
                 horribly wrong, you find  yourself  in  a  fourteenth-century
                 church...  and  the  Clergy  have  been  expecting  you  as a
                 prophet!

                 The script ire-rotj can be use to run ire with the flat  game
                 project.

       You cannot use ire without one game-data file.

OPTIONS

       ire accepts the following options.

       -game [path]
                 Specify the path that contains a game project.

       -L        Show licence and version of program.

       -?        Show other options, mostly usefull for debug purposes.

       Without  option,  ire  will open a search file window in which you will
       have to select the gamedata.ini  file  included  in  the  game  project
       directory.

CONFIGURATION FILE

       The   configuration   file  game.ini  can  be  found  in  /home/[user’s
       name]/.ire.

SEE ALSO

       During the game, if you press F1, you’ll  see  a  list  of  keys  which
       should be useful. See also readme.1st supplied with ire.

       For more information with ire go to:

       http://ire.it-he.org

       http://rotj.it-he.org

       ire_ed (1), the man page for the  editor.

AUTHOR

       This     manual     page    was    written    by    Alexandre    Pineau
       <alexandre.pineau@free.fr> for the Debian system.

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