Eulora, a Linux-based MMORPG, holds first game event.


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Eulora, a Linux-based MMORPG, holds first game event.

This Sunday, June the 7th, players in attendance will be given unique items engraved with their name. The items can be used to generate free in-game currency on a daily basis, which is particularly notable because the game's currency is bitcoin. I can't post a link yet; if you're interested, engage me in this thread until I get 5 posts. Or just swing by #bitcoin-assets on freenode.

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Mining is functional. You explore the environment (command /explore) and sometimes find goodies. If you find anything you obtain a (lockable) claim, which you can either develop directly (raw materials required) or trade away to another player. A total of 10 basic harvestables + 9 farming, 8 mining and 8 lumbering items (35 total) are available (along with dedicated exploration tools for each line).
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XSOLDIER(6)							   Games Manual 						       XSOLDIER(6)

NAME
xsoldier - a space-based shoot'em up game SYNOPSIS
xsoldier [-dwcsh] [-displayname] [-waitnumber] [-cmap] [-score] [-help] [-maxlevel] DESCRIPTION
This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. xsoldier is a space-based shoot'em up game. You fly around and try to kill everything that moves... and everything that doesn't move... You get the idea. OPTIONS
-d, -display name The (X window) display on which you want to play the game. -w, -wait number Set the speed of the game. A higher number means the game runs slower. If you use this option the ranking mode is turned off. -c, -cmap Do nothing (only for backward compatibility). -s, -score Show the TOP10 soldiers, i.e. the highscore. -h, -help Show a short help text and exit. -maxlevel Force max level enemy attack, making your life really harder. -nopausemessage Don't show "Press [p] to resume game." message when the game is paused. Useful for capturing a screen snapshot. BUGS
Please report any bugs you find to Yuusuke HASHIMOTO <s945750@educ.info.kanagawa-u.ac.jp> LICENSE
xsoldier is covered by the GNU General Public License (GPL). AUTHOR
Yuusuke HASHIMOTO <s945750@educ.info.kanagawa-u.ac.jp> This manual page was written by Uwe Hermann <uh1763@hermann-uwe.de>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Modified by Oohara Yuuma <oohara@libra.interq.or.jp>. SEE ALSO
xbat(6), chromium(6), powermanga(6), xkobo(6). Sat, 6 Apr 2002 XSOLDIER(6)

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