What is MOO?
MOO stands for MUD, Object Oriented. It is a multi-user, programmable,
text-based virtual reality. Its easy customizability and powerful
networking abilities make it a popular choice for social VRs and
conferencing systems, as well as for the more traditional games like MUDs.
General Info for New MOO Players
- Savitar is a MOO client for Macintosh
- ZMud is a client for Windows
Other Link Sites
Documentation about MOO
MOO Programmer's Manual
- not for the newbie, this was written by and for programmers.
Describes the essentials of programming for any MOO, including syntax
and builtin function listings.
- The MOO-Cows
FAQ - Some frequently asked questions about MOO. Posted
periodically in text format to the moo-cows mailing list. Useful if
you want to start a MOO, or if you currently administer a MOO.
- Wizard's FAQ
- for MOO administrators
- MOO Code
- debug's MOO code
For MOO Administrators
- MOO ftp site - for
the MOO sourcecode, LambdaCore database, papers, clients,
contributions and more.
Patches - code you can add to change the server itself, such as
added builtin functions, etc.
Lists of MOOs
MOO Programming Tutorials
Most of these are directly from eDUcore's
online help system.
Other Documentation and Papers about MOO on the Net
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