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       glob2 — Real Time Strategy Game


       glob2  [-h ]  [-f ]  [-r ]  [-s640x480]  [-a ]  [-b ]  [-l ]  [-t [01]]
       [-d /home/foo/bar]  [-u jack]  [-host MapName]


       This manual page documents briefly the glob2 command.

       This manual page was written for the Debian  distribution  because  the
       original program does not have a manual page.

       glob2 is a Real Time Strategy game, which can be compared with Warcraft
       and also Sims-games family. The primary aim of the game is to kill your
       opponents,  just  like in Warcraft-like games, and the whole control is
       processed through buildings, not units, as in Sims-games family.


       --help              Show summary of options.

       -s resolutionxdepth Set resolution and optionally depth (for  instance:
                           -s640x480 or -s640x480x32).

       -f/-F               Set/clear full screen.

       -r/-R               Set/clear resizable window.

       -g/-G               Enable/disable OpenGL acceleration (GPU use).

       -c/-C               Enable/disable custom cursor.

       -l                  Low  quality  graphics:  disable  some transparency

       -h                  High  quality  graphics:  maximum  of  transparency

       -v level            Set the music volume (between 1 and 256).

       -m/-M               Mute/unmute the sound (both music and speech).

       -d directory        Add a directory to the directory search list.

       -u username         Specify a username.

       -host MapName       Run Globulation 2 as a game host text-only server.

       -y hostname         Specify an alternative hostname for YOG server.

       -host map_file [YOG_username] [YOG_password]
                           Run only as a YOG game host text-based server.

       -nox game_file      Run the game without using the X server.

       -vs name            Save a videoshot as name.

       -version            Print the version and exit.


       This    manual    page    was    written    by   Vincent   Deffontaines
       <> and David Martinez Moreno  <>  for
       the  Debian  system (but may be used by others).  Permission is granted
       to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of  the
       GNU  Free  Documentation  License, Version 1.1 as published by the Free
       Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no  Front-Cover  Texts
       and no Back-Cover Texts.