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battalion - Monsters, explosions, destruction. You've seen the movies, you know what to do 2004 Release battalion was written by Andrew Johnson Electronic Visualization Laboratory (M.C 154) University of Illinois at Chicago 851 South Morgan St. Room 1120 SEO Chicago, IL 60607 firstname.lastname@example.org http://evlweb.eecs.uic.edu/aej http://www.eecs.uic.edu/~ajohnson The latest classic version of battalion can be found and downloaded from one of the two WWW sites listed above. This release has been done by J. Alemany Rubio battalion is Copyright (c) 1994-1996 by Andrew Johnson - All Rights Reserved battalion is provided free of charge. There is no registration fee. Permission to copy and distribute battalion in its entirety, for non- commercial purposes, is hereby granted without fee provided this copyright notice appears in all copies. If you redistribute battalion the ENTIRE contents of this distribution must be distributed. Note that distributing battalion in with any product is considered to be a 'commercial purpose.' This software may be modified for your own purposes, but modified versions may not be distributed without prior consent of the author. This software is provided 'as-is' without any express or implied warrenty. In no event shall the author be held liable for any damages arising from the use or misuse of this software. Should you want to do something with this software that is prohibited by the above copyright, please contact the author (email please) as he is very likely willing to sell out for the almighty dollar. This game includes code from the tk library which is (c) Copyright 1993, Silicon Graphics, Inc. This game can be linked with either the OpenGL (r) graphics library from Silicon Graphics, Inc. or the Mesa 3-D graphics library which is (c) Brian Paul. You will need some flavour of OpenGL or Mesa to be able to compile this program. For users without access to Showcase on a Silicon Graphics workstation the help files are provided as individual .gif files in the help directory in the battalion.data directory. This is a special version of the OpenGL version of battalion released on 8/17/96.