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NAME

fish - plays the children's game of Go Fish

SYNOPSIS

fish [-p]

DESCRIPTION

fish plays the children's game of Go Fish. The computer plays against the player. The object of the game is to collect more "books" of cards than your opponent by querying each other's hand.

This version implements the child-friendly rules outlined in Hoyle's Rules of Games.

OPTIONS

fish accepts the following option:

-p

Puts fish into "professional mode".

BUGS

Strategy employed by fish's "professional mode" could be somewhat smarter.

User interaction resembles BSD's implementation which is rather...spartan.

AUTHOR

The Perl implementation of fish was written by Clinton Pierce, clintp@geeksalad.org.

COPYRIGHT and LICENSE

This program is Copyright 1999, by Clinton Pierce.

Freely redistributable under the Perl Artistic License.