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Dum!

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A modern Python MU* engine - re-imagined, actively developed and properly tracked.

What is it?

DUM is a hobby project aiming to develop a feature-rich Python codebase for a sci-fi MUD style game. It is building on brillinat work by Mark Frimston, be sure to check out his Mud-Pi project (https://github.com/Frimkron/mud-pi).

Try it out!

Go ahead an check out the webclient at http://dum.wowpin.eu

You can also use a mud client of your choice if you wish - use connection details below:

Host: dum.wowpin.eu
Port: 35123

Features

Head over to the Wiki for small breakdown of core features in the initial version 0.1. All changes/improvements/fixes since 0.1 are being documented in CHANGELOG.md

Running the Server

- IMPORTANT - Python >= 3.6.7 is required (Ubuntu >= 18.04 LTS)!
  1. Update your system sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade
  2. Install the server sudo wget -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wowpin/dumserver/master/installer.sh | bash
  3. CD into 'dumserver' and run it by typing python3 dumserver.py

You now should be able to connect to your server on <server IP/hostname>:35123

What now?

I'd love to carry on developing this, it has been pretty fun so far. If anyone feels like they want to take it even further, feel free to get in touch.

Get in touch

Bartek.Radwanski@gmail.com

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