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Chronological list of notable MUDs with summary information. Wikipedia

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    Computer gaming website that provides articles, discussions, reviews, resource links and game listings about MUDs. The site lets MUD owners, administrators and enthusiasts submit information and reviews about specific MUDs. Wikipedia

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    MUD associated with the newsgroup accessible via telnet or a MUD client. Central to the interactive fiction community, frequented by many of the genre's best-known writers. Wikipedia

  • MUD1

    First MUD and the oldest virtual world in existence. Created in 1978 by Roy Trubshaw and Richard Bartle at the University of Essex on a DEC PDP-10. Wikipedia

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  • Nuclear War MUD

    MUD, a text-based online role-playing game, founded in 1992. Set in a post-apocalyptic world with cyberpunk elements. Wikipedia

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    Medieval fantasy MUD, established in 1990. Finland-based and operated and owned by a non-profit organization, Balanced Alternative Techniques ry , officially registered 1994 in Helsinki, Finland. Wikipedia

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    English language MUD which went online in 1990. TubMUD claims to be one of the oldest German MUDs. Wikipedia


    Free, online, massively multiplayer, fantasy, text-based role-playing game , set in a real-time virtual environment. It combines elements of role-playing games, hack and slash style computer games, adventure games and social gaming. Wikipedia

  • The first popular open source MUD. Named after the town Aberystwyth, in which it was written. Wikipedia

  • Family of MUD server software. Developed in 1989 by Lars Pensjö . Wikipedia

  • The MUD trees below depict hierarchies of derivation among MUD codebases. Solid lines between boxes indicate code relationships, while dotted lines indicate conceptual relationships. Wikipedia

  • Discworld MUD

    Popular MUD, a text-based online role-playing game, set in the Discworld as depicted in the Discworld series of books by Terry Pratchett. Founded in 1991 and opened to the public in 1992 . Wikipedia

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  • FurryMUCK

    One of the oldest and largest non-combat MUD-style games in existence. Founded in 1990 as an online gathering place for furry fans to meet and socialize in a virtual role-playing environment. Wikipedia

  • Genocide (MUD)

    MUD, a text-based online game, focused exclusively on player-killing. Influential as the first such "pure PK" MUD, and has met with positive critical response. Wikipedia

  • Original author of the LPMud MUD engine and the LPC programming language, and is one of the founders of Genesis LPMud, notable for their part in the history of MMORPGs as well as the Pike programming language. He attended Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden, from 1980 to 1984. Wikipedia

  • Ancient Anguish

    Fantasy-themed MUD, a text-based online role-playing game. Founded in 1991 by Balz "Zor" Meierhans and Olivier "Drake" Maquelin, it opened to the public on February 2, 1992. Wikipedia

  • Lost Souls (MUD)

    MUD, a text-based online role-playing game set in a medieval fantasy world. Extensive history of technical innovation in its field and has received critical praise. Wikipedia

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  • GemStone IV

    Multiplayer text-based online role-playing video game produced by Simutronics. Players control characters in a High Fantasy game world named "Elanthia". Wikipedia

  • LegendMUD

    Text-only MUD game founded by a group of friends including virtual world designer Raph Koster. It features historically significant story elements and award-winning gameplay. Wikipedia

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  • The Shadow of Yserbius

    The first of three graphical MUDs for the online community. Opening to rave reviews, The Shadow of Yserbius, according to industry critics, set the standard by which all future MUDs would be judged. Wikipedia

  • 3Kingdoms

    MUD, a text-based online role-playing game, founded in 1992. Anything-goes satirical theme. Wikipedia

  • Xyllomer

    MUD, a text-based online role-playing game, founded in 1991 as PaderMUD . The first publicly accessible MUD to use Dworkin's Game Driver. Wikipedia


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