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Paradise is an interactive fiction playground. · By Rekka & Devine

MUD = Multiplayer?

A topic by Aira Plays Games created Apr 29, 2018 Views: 352 Replies: 3
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There's not a whole lot of info on the page, but I'm assuming MUD means "multi-user dungeon", as in the old online games, right? So this is a multiplayer world where everyone can edit and change things? If so, you should make that clear on the page as it's a selling point and only old farts like me usually know what a MUD is these days. ;) I'm tempted to grab it, just want to learn a bit more about it before letting myself fall into a new rabbit hole. :D


Actually, I'm currently downplaying the MUD aspect. As I am currently setting up the world interactions. I've been doing a lot of decentralized experiences lately, and this is one. Navigating from your own universes and to other's will be fully implemented soon. We're currently working on a video documenting the project, it will make everything clear. In the meantime, we're making this into a soft launch to get people messing around with the tools :) Stay tuned!

I feel like you have just called me an old fart. I hurts good.


Cool, I'll keep watching then. I have too much to do now already, so I'll hold off until there's more out there, but I'll definitely be following this! And there's nothing wrong with being an old fart. It gives you the right to shake your fist at everyone younger than you and shout "in my day we had to TYPE to play our games! And use our IMAGINATIONS because there were no graphics at all! And we had to keep notes on paper in a dang notebook! And there was NO AUTOSAVE!" And then you can mutter, for example, "dang spoiled lazy kids these days," which is always satisfying. ;)


Warcraft II was 13 diskettes.