AMCL stands for A simple Mud CLient. It is for X11 and was written in C using the GTK+...
Added Dec 19, 2000
CircleMUD is a multi-user dungeon game system. A MUD, or a Multiple User Dimension or...
Added Feb 2, 2000
Industrial MUD is a free Multiple User Dungeon Telnet Server that is written from scratch.
Added Jun 1, 1999
JMud is a MUD server written in Java. The Portuguese version is currently available.
Added Feb 29, 2000
Kmud is a free mud client for UNIX and X11 that integrates with the KDE Desktop...
Added Jul 1, 2001
Koala is a highly distributed IP6/IP4 MUD server. It allows for very large game worlds to...
Added Nov 25, 2002
Lyntin is an extensible MUD client for the creation of bots, which are user-programmed...
Added May 22, 2004
mcl is a MUD client running under UNIX. Under the Linux console, it uses direct Virtual...
Console / X11
Added Sep 28, 2003
Mmucl is a MUD client written in TCL with a variety of features and three different...
Added Jun 12, 2004
This is an OpenSource client for online text game muds.
RMC, Ron's MUD Client, is a MUD client for X. It supports ANSI color, aliases, triggers,...
Added Sep 21, 2000
SClient is a small, fast mud client for X. It includes a connection wizard, silent text...
Added Mar 28, 2000
ScryMUD is a MUD written completely from scratch in C++.
Added May 4, 2003
TinyFugue is a flexible, screen-oriented MUD client that is loaded with powerful options...
Added Feb 1, 1999
TinyMAZE is a game server that is similar to a MUD.
Added Nov 20, 2000
This is a scriptable mud client for KDE. Using full programming languages as scripting...