Provided by: bygfoot_2.3.2-1_amd64
bygfoot - football (a.k.a soccer) management game.
This manual page documents briefly the bygfoot bygfoot allows you to manage a team by training the players, buying and selling them, contracting loans, maintaining the stadium, etc. You can be promoted or relegated, even become a champion if you're a skillful manager.The game is deliberately kept simple (though not easy): you only have to keep one eye at your players and another at your stadium. You can customise Bygfoot by writting your own country definition files or by creating your own team definition.
A summary of options is included below. -h, --help Show help options. --help-all Show all help options. --help-gtk Show GTK+ options. -d, --debug-level=N [developer] Debug level to use. -o, --debug-output=0,1 or 2 [developer] Debug output to use. -D, --deb=STRING [developer] A debug command like 'deb100 to set the debug level'; see the debug window and debug.c --display=VISOR Visor [display] X to use
bygfoot was written by Gyozo Both <email@example.com> Copyright (C) 2005. This manual page was written by Elías Alejandro Año Mendoza <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). January 30, 2010 BYGFOOT(6)