Connecting to Abandoned Codex
The mud can be found at abandonedcodex.net, port 4000.
Although telnet (supplied with almost all computers) works fine, we recommend the following mud clients:
Pueblo - This is THE recommended client for Abandoned Codex, since it enables enhanced content such as
images and sound. It's also totally free.
zMud - A lot of players prefer this because it has simpler setting up of triggers (although
note that some types of trigger are against mud rules - read up on 'help bots' online before using any). It only has partial support for Pueblo control
codes, however, and it costs money.
Portal - We don't know anyone who uses this, so can't comment. It also costs money.
tintin++ - One of the true originals. No GUI required.
tinyfugue - Another console-based client.
Kmud - A client for KDE.
Both tintin and tinyfugue (above) can be compiled for OS X. If anyone's had any luck with a Pueblo-supporting OS X client then let us know.