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INTRO(6)                     FreeBSD Games Manual                     INTRO(6)

NAME
     intro - introduction to the games

SYNOPSIS
     Would you like to play a game?

DESCRIPTION
     The manual pages in section 6 contain information about the various games
     and diversions optionally installed in /usr/games.  Currently available
     games are:

           adventure(6)
           An exploration game.

           arithmetic(6)
           Quiz on simple arithmetic.

           atc(6)
           Air traffic controller game.

           backgammon(6)
           The backgammon game.

           banner(6)
           Print strings in large letters.

           battlestar(6)
           A tropical adventure game.

           bcd(6)
           Reformat input as punch cards.

           boggle(6)
           Word search game.

           bs(6)
           Battleships game.

           caesar(6)
           Decrypt caesar cyphers.

           canfield(6)
           A version of the solitaire card game.

           cfscores(6)
           Print out the current status of a canfield(6) account.

           cribbage(6)
           The card game cribbage.

           factor(6)
           Factor a number.

           fish(6)
           Play ``Go Fish!''.

           fortune(6)
           Print a random adage.

           gomoku(6)
           Game of 5 in a row.

           grdc(6)
           Grand Digital Clock.

           hack(6)
           Explore the Dungeons of Doom.

           hangman(6)
           Play hangman.

           hunt(6)
           A multi-player, multi-terminal game.

           huntd(6)
           hunt(6) daemon.

           mille(6)
           Play Mille Bornes.

           monop(6)
           Play monopoly.

           morse(6)
           Reformat input as morse code.

           number(6)
           Convert Arabic numerals to English.

           phantasia(6)
           An interterminal fantasy game.

           pig(6)
           Eformatray inputway asway Igpay Atinlay.  Eesay igpay(6).

           pom(6)
           Display the phase of the moon.

           ppt(6)
           Reformat input as paper tape.

           primes(6)
           Generate primes.

           quiz(6)
           Random knowledge tests.

           rain(6)
           Animated raindrops display.

           random(6)
           Display random lines from a file or random numbers.

           robots(6)
           Fight off villainous robots.

           rot13(6)
           Decrypt caesar cyphers, rotated by 13 characters.

           sail(6)
           Multi-user wooden ships and iron men.

           snake(6)
           Display chase game.

           teachgammon
           Backgammon rules and tutorial.  See backgammon(6).

           tetris(6)
           Play tetris.

           trek(6)
           Trekkie game.

           wargames
           Would you like to play a game?

           worm(6)
           Play the growing worm game.

           worms(6)
           Animate worms on a display terminal.

           wump(6)
           Hunt the wumpus in an underground cave.

FILES
     /usr/games           Location of games, if installed.
     /usr/share/games     Data files for games.

SEE ALSO
     adventure(6), arithmetic(6), atc(6), backgammon(6), banner(6),
     battlestar(6), bcd(6), boggle(6), bs(6), caesar(6), canfield(6),
     cfscores(6), cribbage(6), factor(6), fish(6), fortune(6), gomoku(6),
     grdc(6), hack(6), hangman(6), hunt(6), huntd(6), mille(6), monop(6),
     morse(6), number(6), phantasia(6), pig(6), pom(6), ppt(6), primes(6),
     quiz(6), rain(6), random(6), robots(6), rot13(6), sail(6), snake(6),
     tetris(6), trek(6), worm(6), worms(6), wump(6)

HISTORY
     The intro section manual page appeared in OpenBSD 2.5.

FreeBSD 11.0-PRERELEASE        January 10, 2010        FreeBSD 11.0-PRERELEASE

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