acadianamoo.org, port 6556
Java Clients for Use in Web Browsers
At Acadiana we currently support two web-based MOO/MUD
clients that use Java.
Alex Stewart's Cup-O Mud, last updated June
Mud is suitable for discussions and other forms of chat,
but you wouldn't want to choose it in place of another
MUD client like TkMOO for any advanced editing functions such as
sending mail, writing descriptions or programming verbs.
- Based on mcp 1.0, the editing of verbs, properties, mail and
other forms of non-synchronous communication is difficult. We're
maintaining this client for those using older machines or operating
systems that can't support mcp 2.1
Moberly and Keith Dorwick's JaMOOka 2.01 (previously MOOca 2.0), last
updated November 23, 2005
uses mcp 2.1 and supports pop-up windows for
all editing tasks including mail, character descriptions and scripts
similar to those found in TkMOO, but available in any browser that runs
Java without further installation.
- JaMOOka 2.0 is fully customizable and most users could use this
their primary MOO client. Users will need to
allow popups to take
advantage of JaMOOka's mcp capabilities, and if you haven't done so,
you'll need the Java
2.0 runtime environment installed along with your browser.
- Currently under construction; if you find any bugs, send a
description of the problem to firstname.lastname@example.org
for further research and trouble-shooting.
- More information, including a FAQ, screenshots and tutorials, is
available at the JaMOOka
Last Modified: November