From: Maryville, TN, United States
|Is there a program that allows you to make maps of MUDs? I mean, in a game I played, they had downloadable maps of the world. You couldn't actually see them in the game, but you could look at them in a different window while playing. If you need more explanation, feel free to ask because I can tell this isn't really very explanatory...
|Usually MUDs have their own built-in editors.
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Depending on how much of this you want to code yourself, you might want to have a look at some open-source MUD engines. Here's some links I dug up for you -- keep in mind there are more than this, but this is just a sampling of what's out there.
(Note -- this looks a little more complex, you may or may not want to tackle this one. Of the two here, TigerMUD looks like a simpler choice).
So there's two pre-existing MUD engines that include tools to build your own world.
There are more out there, but these are just a couple I found quickly.
[This message has been edited by HanClinto (edited December 10, 2004).]