FAQ about MUDs and MUDding.
Listing of online FAQ for MUD's.
Purveyors of fine, online games since 1985; principal products are MUD2 and the MUDDLE programming language and development system, both available for commercial licensing.
Discusses whether MUDs are games, pass times, sports or entertainments and suggests four kinds of player: achiever, explorer, socializer or killer.
An atlas of maps and graphic representations of the geographies of the new electronic territories of the Internet, WWW and other emerging Cyberspaces.
Article featuring background information and resources.
Contains news, logs, history, and a message board.
Information about Daniel Pargman's Ph.D. thesis on the social and technical aspects of managing a virtual community, a study of a Swedish MUD. Sample chapters in PDF format.
Listing of MUD codebases by heirachy for Diku and all code bases.
Academic journal devoted to MUDs and their uses. Formerly known as the Journal of MUD Research.