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AweMUD
AweMUD is a MUD (Multi User Dungeon) server intended for highly interactive and depth-filled game worlds. Clean interface design and usability are also primary goals of the AweMUD project. AweMUD features an integrated scripting language, Scriptix, for defining world behaviour and extending the MUD engine. Parts of the engine which aren't alrea\dy written in Scriptix have hooks for over-riding their behaviour with scripts, an\d the source is readily modifiable for any other needs.

Dead Souls
The Dead Souls MUD Library is a multi-user, text based adventure creation system. It lets you build adventure games which can be played over the Internet simultaneously by many people. It is for both experienced and beginner MUD admins. It includes an easy-to-use creation system.

Deliantra Archetypes
Deliantra is a free software cooperative multiplayer RPG and adventure game, much similar in style (and setting) to nethack and moria, but is fully graphical and runs in realtime. It is set in a classical medieval environment with ubiquitous weapons and magic. What makes this game special is its depth and the sheer amount of maps to explore: The world is vast (multiple continents, over 4000 manually designed maps, hundreds of monsters and countless variations of generated content) and complex (16 unique races, 17 classes, 40 skills and hundreds of spells to choose from and combine with each other), so there is a lot to explore. The game play is open and sets very few limits on character development. And of course a lot of fun is to be had by playing cooperatively with others exploring the same world.

Deliantra Client
Deliantra is a free software cooperative multiplayer RPG and adventure game, much similar in style (and setting) to nethack and moria, but is fully graphical and runs in realtime. It is set in a classical medieval environment with ubiquitous weapons and magic. What makes this game special is its depth and the sheer amount of maps to explore: The world is vast (multiple continents, over 4000 manually designed maps, hundreds of monsters and countless variations of generated content) and complex (16 unique races, 17 classes, 40 skills and hundreds of spells to choose from and combine with each other), so there is a lot to explore. The game play is open and sets very few limits on character development. And of course a lot of fun is to be had by playing cooperatively with others exploring the same world.

Deliantra Maps
Deliantra is a free software cooperative multiplayer RPG and adventure game, much similar in style (and setting) to nethack and moria, but is fully graphical and runs in realtime. It is set in a classical medieval environment with ubiquitous weapons and magic. What makes this game special is its depth and the sheer amount of maps to explore: The world is vast (multiple continents, over 4000 manually designed maps, hundreds of monsters and countless variations of generated content) and complex (16 unique races, 17 classes, 40 skills and hundreds of spells to choose from and combine with each other), so there is a lot to explore. The game play is open and sets very few limits on character development. And of course a lot of fun is to be had by playing cooperatively with others exploring the same world.

Deliantra Server
Deliantra is a free software cooperative multiplayer RPG and adventure game, much similar in style (and setting) to nethack and moria, but is fully graphical and runs in realtime. It is set in a classical medieval environment with ubiquitous weapons and magic. What makes this game special is its depth and the sheer amount of maps to explore: The world is vast (multiple continents, over 4000 manually designed maps, hundreds of monsters and countless variations of generated content) and complex (16 unique races, 17 classes, 40 skills and hundreds of spells to choose from and combine with each other), so there is a lot to explore. The game play is open and sets very few limits on character development. And of course a lot of fun is to be had by playing cooperatively with others exploring the same world.

KildClient
KildClient is a MUD client written with the GTK+ windowing toolkit. It supports many common features of other clients, such as triggers, gags, aliases, macros, timers, and much more. But its main feature is the built-in Perl interpreter. At any moment, the user can execute Perl statements and functions to do things much more powerful than simply sending text the the MUD. Perl statements can also be run, for example, as the action of a trigger, allowing you to do complex things.

Lyntin
Lyntin is a mature multi-platform multi-user-interface mud client written entirely in Python. It's also a framework on top of which you can code additional functionality to suit your needs. Lyntin is a Python mud client based on Tintin but goes above and beyond Tintin allowing you to write modules in Python enhancing the client to suit your individual needs.

MudMagic
The Mud Magic Mud Client is written in gtk and runs on Windows, most GNU/Linux distros and MAC OS X. The client supports MXP, MSP, MCCP, and ZMP with PCRE regular expression handling and Python script engine. The plugins shipped with the client currently include an automapper, note system, and database front end. Basic features include triggers, alias usage, GNU/Linux and windows compatibility, per-session/per-game profile preference storage, global preference savings, and much more.

MudPy
The mudpy project aims to create a simple, generic, cross-platform, freely-redistributable MUD core engine which can be easily understood and extended. It has no prerequisite dependencies beyond Python and its built-in modules. All configuration and data are stored in consistently-formatted plain text files for ease of administration.

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