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NIBBLES(6)		     ZNibbles User Manuals		    NIBBLES(6)

NAME
       nibbles - Server	for the	ZNibbles multiplayer game.

SYNOPSIS
       nibbles [OPTIONS] ...

DESCRIPTION
       ZNibbles	 is  a	classic	 multiplayer  networked	game for X11, GTK+ and
       Motif based on the old nibbles game. Each player	controls  a  worm  and
       tries  to  grow	as  much  as possible by eating	nibbles. Any number of
       players can join	the game at any	time. It is a client/server game which
       means multiple clients connect to a server located on the network.

       nibbles	is  the	 ZNibbles  game	 server.  Clients will connect to this
       server to play together.

       Note that once the server is started, you will need  to	use  a	client
       such as gznibbles or znibbles to	play the game. See znibbles(6),	gznib-
       bles(6) and znibblesX(6).

OPTIONS
       -h, --help
	      Print a help screen.

       -V, --version
	      Display version of nibbles.

       -d, --debug
	      Enable debug output

       -p NUM, --port=NUM
	      Listen for clients on port NUM.  Default port is 5051

       -s NUMxNUM, --size=NUMxNUM
	      Create a world with dimensions  NUM  x  NUM.   Default  size  is
	      80x40.

       -w NUM, --width=NUM
	      Create a world with a width of NUM.  Default width is 80.

       -g NUM, --height=NUM
	      Create a world with a height of NUM.  Default width is 40.

       -c, --no-computer
	      Disable computer-controlled worms.

NOTE
       This  man  page	is  a  first attempt at	making a decent	documentation.
       Expect useful information in the	next version.

AUTHOR
       Vincent Mallet <vmallet@enst.fr>

SEE ALSO
       znibbles(6), gznibbles(6), znibblesX(6)

ZNibbles			   MAY 1999			    NIBBLES(6)

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