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Came for the cross-platform availability, stayed for extensive documentation and friendly community See More
I've tried several clients over the years, including MUDLet and Tintin++ among many others. Unless you are looking for a console environment, this one is by far the best. It has everything -- scripting, triggers, aliased, speedwalking, command stacking, color customizations galore, MXP, adjustable line wrapping, mapper. The GUI mapper is a bit of a pain to set up but works well once you get it going. One annoyance is that by default, if you have text in the input line and press the up button to go to the previous command buffer,it will give you a pop up to ask if you really want to delete the current input, but you can disable this in the options. It is tucked away in the Input, keyboard settings, and I believe you have to do it for every world file, which is a little annoying. This client can do pretty much anything you could want. I have not seen a better one in 25+ years of mudding. See More
Mudlet depends on receiving a "Go Ahead" signal from the game server in order to properly display information. The game one plays can just not send a Go Ahead signal, and that results in weird lag after entering commands when using Mudlet. While CMUD is no longer supported, it still functions just fine on Windows 11 in 2023. See More
It is only usable for playing BatMUD, but it's on Steam! See More