Provided by: ire_0.92-2.1ubuntu2_i386
ire — A role-playing-game engine similar to Ultima 6
ire [options ]
ire-flat [no option ]
ire-rotj [no option ]
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
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
The script ire-rotj can be use to run ire with the flat game
You cannot use ire without one game-data file.
ire accepts the following options.
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
The configuration file game.ini can be found in /home/[user’s
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:
ire_ed (1), the man page for the editor.
This manual page was written by Alexandre Pineau
<firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian system.