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NAME

        Oolite - a space-sim game
 

SYNOPSIS

        oolite
 

DESCRIPTION

        This manual page documents briefly the Oolite.
 
        Oolite  is  a  port  of the space-sim game Oolite to the GNUStep/OpenGL
        linux platform.
 

FAQ

        What is the purpose of the game?
        To fly from planet  to  planet,  buying  and  selling  goods,  shooting
        pirates  or  committing acts of piracy. There’s no goal other than per‐
        haps to achieve the rank of ELITE.
 
        I     m still confused, how do I play?
        Have a look at Ian Bell’s Flight Training Manual for the  original  BBC
        Elite,  some  of Oolite’s control keys are different from the original,
        so be sure to read it alongside the Oolite PLAYING.TXT file.
 
        What do the various colors represent on the radar?
               · White - unpowered items that  can’t  mass-lock  the  in-system
               drive.
               · Green/Yellow - navigation buoys.
               · Yellow - powered craft.
               · Red - powered craft identified as hostile.
               · Green - space stations.
               · Green/Red - thargoids
               · Purple - police
               · Blue/Red - police on intercept
               · Red/Yellow - active mine (about to detonate)
 

AUTHOR

        Oolite  was  written  by Giles Williams and other, and it was ported to
        the    GNU/Linux    operating    system    by    the    Oolite    Linux
        〈http://oolite-linux.berlios.de/〉 project.  The original version can be
        found at the Oolite home page 〈http://oolite.aegidian.org/〉.
 
        This    manual    page     was     written     by     Eddy     Petrisor
        <eddy.petrisor@gmail.com>,  for  the Debian project (but may be used by
        others).
 
OOLITE(6)
 

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