TREK(6)                       NetBSD Games Manual                      TREK(6)

NAME
     trek -- trekkie game

SYNOPSIS
     trek [-sf]

DESCRIPTION
     trek is a game of space glory and war.  Below is a summary of commands.
     For complete documentation, see Trek by Eric Allman.

     The -s flag makes the game somewhat more efficient if you have a (very)
     slow terminal.  The -f flag (the default) is for faster terminals.

     The game will ask you what length game you would like.  Valid responses
     are ``short'', ``medium'', and ``long''.  You may also type ``restart'',
     which restarts a previously saved game.  You will then be prompted for
     the skill, to which you must respond ``novice'', ``fair'', ``good'',
     ``expert'', ``commodore'', or ``impossible''.  You should normally start
     out with a novice and work up.

     In general, throughout the game, if you forget what is appropriate the
     game will tell you what it expects if you just type in a question mark.

SEE ALSO
     /usr/share/doc/usd/31.trek

AUTHORS
     Eric Allman

COMMAND SUMMARY
     abandon
     capture
     cloak up/down
     computer request; ...
     damages
     destruct
     dock
     help
     impulse course distance
     lrscan
     move course distance
     phasers automatic amount
     phasers manual amt1 course1 spread1 ...
     torpedo course [yes] angle/no
     ram course distance
     rest time
     shell
     shields up/down
     srscan [yes/ no]
     status
     terminate yes/no
     undock
     visual course
     warp warp_factor

NetBSD 6.0                       May 24, 2009                       NetBSD 6.0

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