zMUD is the most popular and useful MUD client that has been made. When the Internet started, the graphical powers of the computers didn't offer much graphical expression. But the Internet was already there, so the obvious thing started to happen, Multi-User Dungeons were created. MUD is the...
A MUD-Client for Windows (Win32) and KDE, featuring perl, python and ruby scripting, as well as multi-window output. The main focus is a very strong scripting engine (nearly everything is accessible from a script) while trying to stay user friendly.
A simple, fast, java based text MUD client.
MMC, the MUD client for UNIX and Win32. Main features: aliases, hotkeys, triggers list ordered by priority, MCCP, delayed/periodic commands, perl5 is used as a scripting language, writing sophisticated triggers and aliases is now simple and easy, and etc.
Mmucl is a platform independent mud client with bothtext and GUI interfaces written in Tcl. There is also a gnome interface available which uses Tcl-Gtk.
A mud client designed to provide a TINY fast-running and free telnet to nerds who still telnet mud with modern windows OS. Telnet Mudders experience very limited choices when it comes to selecting a client having to pay too much or use telnet.
Simple, clean and extendable python mud client.
Sanx's MUD Client is a free Win32 client for MUDs, MUSHs, MUCKs, MOOs and other role-play game and talkers. The client can handle macros, triggers, ANSI colour, and comes with a few of the other features you have come to expect.
A text-based MUD client originally derived from Anton Rang's TinyTalk.
TinTin++ is a console mud client for any type of text mud or bbs. The mud client's main assets are an easy to learn scripting language, triggers that can contain regular expressions, and a split screen interface to separate mud output from client in