Provided by: matrem_1.0-10_i386
matrem - An experiment in Artificial life.
matrem is a computer program that simulates life. It belongs to the
emerging science of artificial life, which studies evolution and complex
systems in general by simulation. matrem is also a game, where players
compete to create the fittest lifeform. Their efforts are the driving
force behind the program.
When you start matrem you will be presented with a close-up of the world
map. You can see the creatures moving around and the environment
changing as time passes. Use the right mouse button to access the menu.
Location of item and map graphics. You can edit the map file in
a graphical editor to change the initial layout of the simulated
When changing the resolution the menu bar may become invisible.
matrem has been written by Mathijs Romans 〈email@example.com〉.
This manual page was written by Guus Sliepen 〈firstname.lastname@example.org〉
for the Debian GNU/Linux system.