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16K MUD Competition Results
- Results of a competition to write the best possible MUD server in under 16 kilobytes.
- Based on Varium project. Features documentation, research and project details.
- Graphical MUD system ported from AmigaMUD. Has a graphical MUD client written in Java and an efficient server written in C. CGMUD is not derived from any other MUD and has no licensing restrictions.
- CoolMUD is an object-oriented, disk-based MUD server originally written by the creator of MOO. It has support for distributed processing. This version features some bug fixes in the server and improved in-database code.
- Cosm is an endeavor to create an interactive, multi-user world set in a fantasy setting. Cosm is remarkable for being written 100% in Java, both on the server and the client. The client uses Java3d.
- Stable server written in C, in development since 1995. Includes several Windows-based editing tools
- The 'Diabolically Uncrashable MUD Builder' project aims to provide a server that is first and foremost stable and reliable. The DUMB language is a dialect of Lisp.
FTP.GAME.ORG Mud Archive
- A directory of MUD server sources and other related files available for FTP, organized by server type.
- The user customizable multiplayer role playing engine. Intended to replace old MUD, MUSH, and MOO systems, while adding new features.
Kanga.nu MUD Server FTP Archive
- Repository of MUD servers containing many old servers of historical interest, as well as new ones.
- Koala is a highly-distributed IP6/IP4 MUD server. It allows for very large game worlds to be distributed between multiple machines in a manner transparent to players.
MUD eXtension Protocol (MXP)
- An open specification for enhancing the communication between MUD servers and clients. It is loosely based on the HTML and XML standards.
MUTAG Information Page
- MUD server for OS/2.
- A project to create a 3D online role-playing environment set in a medieval fantasy world. The server uses proprietary technologies provided by Taika Technologies.
- Python-based, SQL-based, mud server. Supports in-game python coding by all players, distributed servers, and persistance of objects. Methods and values for all objects stored in database.
- An open source, modular, extensible platform for building multi-user environment. Momoko transparantly distributes objects over multiple servers and supports several scripting languages. Written in Java.
Mud Server Developer's Page
- Information and links related to mud server development. Aims to maintain a comprehensive list of mud ports for Windows.
- Ambitious distributed MUD server with a long list of features. One of the main aims of the project is to construct non-proprietary online communities based on free software.
New MUD Code-bases
- Catalog of new and original MUD servers for different platforms and programming languages. Includes short descriptions and links to the project web pages and their authors.
Playforfun: Servers List
- Listing of MUD servers.
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