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trek — trekkie game
trek [[-a] file]
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”, “commodore”, 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.
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
The complete documentation, Trek by Eric Allman, is in /usr/share/doc/bsdgames/trek.me.gz which can be viewed using cd /usr/share/doc/bsdgames zcat trek.me.gz | tbl | nroff -me | less -r Or you can view a PDF version of the documentation, available here: /usr/share/doc/bsdgames/trek.pdf