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rott - Rise of the Triad
rott [options] rott-shareware [options] rott-commercial [options] rott-superrott [options] rott-sitelicense [options]
ROTT is a port of Apogee's 3D action title Rise of the Triad, originally released in 1994. This port duplicates the functionality of the original game on modern operating systems, including Linux, Win32, and Mac OS X. The rott-shareware, rott-commercial, rott-superrott and rott-sitelicense binaries start the Shareware Version, Commercial Version, CD Version and Site License CD Version of the game, respectively. The rott binary is a symbolic link to one of these and is handled via Debian's update-alternatives mechanism.
aim Give aim crosshair. fullscreen Start in fullscreen mode. window Start in windowed mode. resolution widthxheight Specify the screen resolution to use (next parameter is widthxheight). Valid resolutions are 320x200, 640x480 and 800x600. spaceball Enable check for Spaceball. nojoys Disable check for joystick. nomouse Disable check for mouse. nosound Disable sound. cyberman Enable check for Cyberman. assassin Enable check for Wingman Assassin. ver Version number. mapstats Dump Map statistics to ERROR. tilestats Dump Tile statistics to ERROR. mono Enable mono-monitor support. screenshots Clean screen capture for shots. pause Pauses startup screen information. enablevr Enable VR helmet input devices. noecho Turn off sound reverb. demoexit Exit program when demo is terminated. warp level Warp to specific ROTT level (next parameter is level to start on). timelimit time Play ROTT in time limit mode (next parameter is time in seconds). maxtimelimit time Maximimum time to count down from (next parameter is time in seconds). dopefish ?
ROTT was created and published as shareware by Apogee Software, Ltd. and was published commercially by FormGen, Inc. The primary contributors to the icculus.org port are: Steven Fuller, Ryan C. Gordon, John Hall and Dan Olson. This manual page was written by Fabian Greffrath <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian project (but may be used by others).