- 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.
- TZMud uses several high-quality Python libraries to handle basic functions so that it can concentrate on the actual MUD functions:
- Twisted to handle networking and event loop,
- ZODB to store the data, and
- Pyparsing to parse player input.
- The Mana World
- The Mana World is a project to create a fully free and MMORPG game with the looks of "old-fashioned" 2D RPG games. Both the game itself and the time you play will be free. Also, through cross compilable source code and efficient resource management the developers intend to make the game playable on as many platforms and operating systems as possible. A complete list of contributors is here.
- TinTin++ is a MUD client that runs in console mode. It compiles on most GNU/Linux sytems, including Cygwin.
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