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NAME

        asc - Advanced Strategic Command - turn based strategy game
 

SYNTAX

        asc [options]
 

DESCRIPTION

        This  program is a free (GPL) turn based strategy game in the tradition
        of BattleIsle 2/3. Game can be played against human  or  computer.   It
        features  a  2-dim.  map  that  is  tiled into hexagons where units are
        placed.  The object of the game varies from map to map. The  most  com‐
        monly  know  goal  is to completely eliminate an oppononet by detroying
        all his units.
 

OPTIONS

        The following options are supported:
 
        -x --xresolution <value> (640... default=800)
                       Set horizontal resolution to <value>
 
        -y --yresolution <value> (480... default=600)
                       Set vertical resolution to <value>
 
        -l --load <string>
                       Load a map, saved game, or email game on startup
 
        -c --configfile <string>
                       Use given configuration file
 
        -r --verbose <value> (0...10 default=0)
                       Set verbosity level to <value>
 
        -w --window    Disable fullscreen mode
 
        -f --fulscreen Enable fullscreen mode (overriding config file)
 
        -q --nosound   Disable sound
 
        -h --help      Display help information
 
        -v --version   Output version
        asc_demount (6),  asc_makegfx  (6),  asc_mapedit  (6),  asc_mount  (6),
        asc_weaponguide (6)
 

AUTHORS

        The ASC game is developed by Martin Bickel <bickel@asc-hq.org>.
        This  man  page was written by Bartosz Fenski <fenio@o2.pl> (some parts
        were grabbed from Michael Moerz’s work) for the Debian  GNU/Linux  dis‐
        tribution (but it may be used by others).
 
asc(6)
 

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