Provided by: matrem_1.0-10_i386 bug

NAME

     matrem - An experiment in Artificial life.

SYNOPSIS

     matrem

DESCRIPTION

     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.

FILES

     /usr/share/games/matrem/
             Location of item and map graphics.  You can edit the map file in
             a graphical editor to change the initial layout of the simulated
             world.

SEE ALSO

     http://www.phys.uu.nl/~romans/

BUGS

     When changing the resolution the menu bar may become invisible.

AUTHOR

     matrem has been written by Mathijs Romans 〈m.w.j.romans@phys.uu.nl〉.

     This manual page was written by Guus Sliepen 〈guus@sliepen.warande.net〉
     for the Debian GNU/Linux system.