Mudlet Maps On Your Game Website

Gone are the days of static JPEG maps on your game’s website. Create dynamic, beautiful and fully explorable maps directly from your Mudlet map.dat file. Originally designed for Arkadia, fellow GitHub user Delwing has unbranded and released an outstanding new...

Mapper API will automatically update the map

Once upon a time, in the realm of Mudlet, where adventurers embarked on epic journeys through virtual worlds, there existed a team of dedicated developers who tirelessly worked to enhance the mapping experience. Their goal was to create a seamless and efficient system...

Elevate Your Players Experience With Mudlet

Want your MUD to be compatible with the most modern MUD client available? Implementing some basic telnet sub-option negotiation can elevate your players’ experience to the next level. Read on for some suggestions and a sneak peek into a new feature available...

stats.mudlet.org is publicly available

A breakdown of some interesting statistics in the world of Mudlet. MUD gamers of the world unite. In a true sense of open data and free information, Mudlet’s Project Leader Vadim Peretokin would like to announce the availability of statistical data on...

Fractal Noise Generation for Maps with Mudlet

Looking for inspiration for your next MUD wilderness or perhaps your tabletop RPG? Use Mudlet to create realistic maps with fractal noise generation techniques. I have always had an interest in fantasy world maps. The inspiring thoughts of medieval battles for land...