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Browser-based, interactive, multiplayer RPG for Star Wars fans.12 weekly downloads
Master Tools from WoTC is due to hit the shelves Q1 '02. For those stuck in a cave in Afghanistan, MT is a companion to the Dungeons and Dragons 3rd Edition Role Playing Game. This is a repository for various utilities associated with MT.3 weekly downloads
Empire Land Game of world rule! A realtime, multiplayer, medieval, web-game with a moduler architecture. Capable of running on multiple servers.1 weekly downloads
This project aims to create a searchable archive (for several OSes) for the popular webcomic College Roomies From Hell!!!, located at http://www.crfh.net. The final code can hopefully be modified to help other webcomics and similar projects.
EQEmu Server Pack provides all the files required to run an emulated EverQuest server.
Dragonsong is a new-age MUD Client written in C#. Eventually its feature set will match that of ZMUDs.
Obsidian is a set of applications (written primarily in visual basic) which allow a group of friends to play a game of 'Obsidian,' a PnP RPG, over the internet. The goal of the project is to allow players to focus on the roleplaying progression and utiliz
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