|The server behind Miriani and ChatMUD, this fork of Stunt features 64-bit integers, SQLite, PCRE, simplex noise, argon2id hashing, improved waifs, basic threading support, telnet IAC capture, HAProxy Proxy rewrite support, and numerous other enhancements and builtin functions.
|The official LambdaMOO server. (Old SourceForge page) [Local copy is 1.8.1]
|Stunt Server (Git)
|Adds multiple inheritance, a native ordered map datatype, JSON parsing, new cryptographic operations, and probably more by the time you read this. [Local copy is release 8. Downloaded 6/9/12]
|A fork of LambdaMOO with minor additions to matching, cryptography, and syntactic sugar. [Local copy is 1.8.1g3r1]
|No experience. Local copy is several years old and of unknown versioning.
|The server provided with HellCore. Contains hashes, profiling, and other game-related modifications. [Local copy is 1.10.4]
|A reimplementation of the LambdaMOO server in Haskell. Features multi-threading, LMDB database storage, 64-bit integers, and more. Compatible with LambdaMOO databases. [Local copy is 0.3.0.0]
|A fork of the LambdaMOO server aiming, among other things, to utilize C++ and add a number of compile-time addon features. NOTE: These features were added to Stunt and this fork has been discontinued.
|An antiquated port of the LambdaMOO server to Windows. NOTE: You would achieve better results installing Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux and compiling the regular ToastStunt or LambdaMOO server.
|An antiquated pre-Intel Macintosh MOO server. Hosted locally as I have no other sources to point to.
|A work-in-progress re-implementation of the LambdaMOO server in Rust. As of 2023-09-23, many core features are not functional, including read(), background task resumption, do_command(), performance, encode/decode binary, open_network_connection(), listen(), etc. Consider this experimental.
|Based on the 2018 LambdaCore, this database has been modified to utilize the features found in ToastStunt. This includes updating core verbs with server function equivalents, ANSI, MCP, Argon2id password hashing, parent waif / anon objects, built-in type prototypes, Stunt object serializer, MCP SimpleEdit with //-style comments, object-less $recycler, and general cleanup. This can be used as a starting point for a new MOO or as a reference for integrating ToastStunt features. NOTE: This database requires the ToastStunt server to run.
|A new LambdaCore that I created in 2018 to merge the miscellaneous changes that have taken place since 2004. NOTE: This is not an official release.
|The official LambdaCore database. Includes the basics for getting started. [Local copy is May 17, 2004.]
|Based off of LambdaCore, this core includes several enhancements in pronoun substitution, the building system, virtual furniture and other niceties, MCP, modules, and many others. The link to the left is a live core extraction from Waterpoint. You will need a character. [Local copy is an extracted core created in November 2020]
|An educational MOO core.
|A core with features needed for those creating Role Playing Games similar to MUDs.
|A core centered around RPG. (I think.)
|RPG database built from minimal.db. (Formerly Murpg)
|A core database extracted from HellMOO. Bundled with server source.
|I really have no experience with this one. The local copy is 1.1 beta, which is of an indeterminate age.
|Zig's improvement to the absolute minimum available: The system object (#0).
|The (almost) absolute minimum available: The system object (#0) and Wizard (#1).
|The minimal database shipped with the server. Slightly more reasonable: Three objects, two verbs.
|Not certain what it actually is. This copy is from around 2003. Supplementary material came from the original FTP.
|Again, not certain what it is. This copy is also from 2003.
|This was with Gondolin and Syrinnia. No idea what it is, but it's circa 2003.
|A LambdaCore updated for Stunt: "It has ANSI and the basic MCP packages bootstrapped and contains various improvements over the original database." [Local copy based on commit 786c96a on Jun 30]
|QuestCore (v1) (v2)
|A core focused on RPG creation. Version 2 includes @oracle for generating random areas. Additional documentation can be found here.
Server Extensions and Patches
| Sourceforge Patches Page
|A collection of patches, some of dubious utility, that have been submitted to the LambdaMOO project page.
|File Utilities Package, which allows direct file access from within a MOO.
|File I/O 1.5p3 Patch
|A patch that fixes several issues with FIO 1.5p1, most noticable being a crash in readlines(). The full changelog is included in the patch.
|File I/O 1.5p1
|File I/O patch to allow file manipulation from within a MOO. It's recommended to apply the patch above if you intend to use readlines().
|Martian's MOO Extensions
|Hosts the following: Martian's extensions (logical xor, us_time, proc_size, nprogs, random_of, enlist, explode, panic, isa), ext-lists.c (list manipulation functions), ext-gdbm.c (a disk-based version of $generic_db), ext-zlib.c (zlib compression).
|Functions for accessing SQL databases from in-MOO. [Local copy is v1.0]
|A WAIF is a datatype that is essentially a smaller, faster version of an object. The author's website has much more insight. [Local copy is 0.95]
|3-D Graphical Extension to the LambdaMOO Server.
|MOO Source-Level Debugger
|Provides an interface for in-MOO source-level debugging.
|A diff for adding sub-second forking and suspending into 1.8.3.
|Sub-second Fork/Suspend for Stunt
|A diff for adding sub-second forking and suspending into Stunt
|Stunt SQL Branch
|A branch of the Stunt server that offers SQL capabilities that take advantage of new features offered in the Stunt server.
|A project aiming to build 3D client-side environments using a MOO backend.
|1.8.1 Multiple Inheritance
|Multiple inheritance, as implemented in the Stunt server, available as a patch for LambdaMOO 1.8.1.
|Goblin's Extension Pack
|Server function replacements for several LambdaCore functions. In $string_utils: space, char_list, explode, words, from_list, english_list, from_seconds. $set_utils: diff, union, intersection. $list_utils: reverse, setremove_all. $object_utils:ancestors [Local copy is 1.6.3]
|Unicode for 1.8.1
|Quoting from the author: "I embarked on a project in late January 2002 to permit a LambdaMOO server to speak in a language other than ASCII. Specifically, the MOO server had been designed to discard text outside the bottom half of the ASCII table (< 0x80), unless in a special 'binary' input/output mode. I took the lazy programmer's approach to Unicode, and converted the server to treat input and output strings as UTF-8 encoded. The results make me spectacularly happy."
|My extension to add SQLite capabilities to the Stunt server.
|My extension to add Perl Compatible Regular Expressions to the Stunt server.
MOO Code and Scripts
|MOO Package Manager
|A package manager for the easy distribution and maintenance of MOO code.
|A CVS client written in MOO code.
|A feature-rich webserver for MOO.
|Another, much more simple webserver. My personal preference as a base.
|ANSI 2.4 Install Script
|Version 2.4 of the ANSI scripts adds support for background colors, 24-bit true color, and FileIO in @ansi-setup. Users of ANSI 2.1 or 2.2 can use the upgrade script found to the right to update to 2.4.
|Dark_Owl's ANSI 2.1 Script
|A script that allows ANSI colors to be implemented in a MOO. This is the last official release by Dark_Owl.
|A script which allows you to enable background colors with Dark_Owl's ANSI code.
|Out of band protocol used for sending messages between servers and clients.
|Automatic porting system for MOOs. (Zip file.)
|Dark_Owl's checkpointer. A feature object that controls and records MOO checkpoints.
|Another MOO webserver.
|A collection of verbs for easy channel creation. [User submitted content.]
|Achille's Who and Where
|Replacement who and where verbs, adding extra features to each. [User submitted content.]
|jasonhsw's Code Repository
|At the time of writing, has MOO code for: a logger, a cron-like scheduler, a menu prompt, a traceback handler, and some utility verbs. [Local copy is commit 01e29b6]
|LambdaMOO RPG (2006)
|A dump of the LambdaMOO RPG and its dependencies from 2006.
|Metaroom / Multiroom
|A type of $room that can have virtual details and exits.
|A scheduler that lets you control the precise time a task executes.
|MOO FTP Contrib
|The various files from the Xerox /pub/MOO/contrib/moocode directory.
|From the author: "Your pet will be able to follow people, monitor conversations which you must leave (such as for editing), or perform a variety of other, programmable functions."
|Description: "This is the Generic Puppet, which acts like a person, but you can command it to do what you want and you can see what it sees."
|Description: "This is the Generic Monstor, which is a child of the Generic Puppet. This object contains a lot of verbs that expand on the Generic Puppet and enable you to port the Generic Wanderer."
|Description: "This is Frand's Generic Wanderer, which is a child of the Generic Monstor. This object is a puppet that walks around on its own and enchances the enviroment of your rooms."
|An in-MOO implementation of a Jabber server.
|A unit testing framework written in MOO code.
|An interface between Stunt-derived MOO servers and Grapevine. [Local copy is version 1.0]
|Dark_Owl Utility Package
|A utility package of miscellaneous Dark_Owl verbs.
|VMoo MCP Packages
|MOO implementations for the VMoo MCP packages: client, mmedia, pages, smartcomplete, and userlist.
|A pre-MCP OOB command handler and local editor for TinyFugue. Likely only of interest for history's sake.
|A MOO client for Emacs that includes local editing and Emacspeak support. I've since modified it to also include 256-color ANSI, MCP 2.1 + some packages, TLS/SSL connections, logging, and documentation.
|A very fast terminal-based client built in Rust. Supports GMCP, MCCP2, aliases, triggers, prompt triggers, GMCP, timers, and expansion via Lua scripts. Support for MOO local editing (both LambdaMOO and MCP 2.1) is available here via my MCP plugin.
|A client for Windows that supports scripting (various languages), SSL, IPv6, unicode, and an assortment of other features. Works in WINE for Linux and macOS users.
|A windows client with good local editor.
|A cross-platform client with tabbed worlds, scripting, SSL, and other useful features.
|A commandline client.
|Another commandline client.
|A multi-platform client with several useful features.
|A Macintosh client.
|Another Macintosh client.
|A popular client with several features.
|Pueblo 2.60b, Windows client.
|Another popular client, apparently good for scripts.
|A socket.io based MOO client with support for local editing. [Local copy is commit 51d9e45]
|A cross-platform, open source client with scripting in Lua, a built-in mapper, a very customizable UI. Windows, macOS, Linux natively supported.