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Greetings, adventurers! Okay, first things first: For those of you who haven't been paying attention

The MUD Coders Guild

April 1 · Issue #6 · View online
đź’ľ A monthly digest of text-based game development successes, failures, inspiration, and anecdotes from the members of The MUD Coders Guild.

Greetings, adventurers!
Okay, first things first: For those of you who haven’t been paying attention to r/MUD or the official Slack channel, the first-ever MUD Coders Guild Game Jam has been announced! Enter the (Multi-User) Dungeon will be a month-long game jam where competitors will be challenged to create a MUD that utilizes procedural generation in some way, shape, or form.
Enter the (Multi-User) Dungeon starts on April 15th, and will run until May 15th, with the winners being announced in the June 1st newsletter—and yes, there will be prizes! For more information, head on over to our official announcement, and may the odds be ever in your favor… or something.
- Zach

> notes
Enter the (Multi-User) Dungeon
The Help Files ep4: Clem and All Those Beacons
My Favorite Design Word: Visceral
> open source
Node Mud Server
> inventory
ASCII Image Generator
Introducing Agones: Open-source, multiplayer, dedicated game-server hosting built on Kubernetes
> train int
Objects on Rails
The Trust Spectrum
Pierre Menard, Inventor of LISP
What I Wish I Knew When Learning Haskell 2.3
npm Best Practices
Finite State Machine vs Behaviour Tree, A True Story
Forde's Tenth Rule, or, "How I Learned to Stop Worrying and ❤️ the State Machine"
> quaff elixir
Erlang pg2 Failure Semantics
Designing scalable application with Elixir: from umbrella project to distributed system
Elixir Language Server
Phoenix on Heroku: Our Experience Getting Deployed
Compiling External Resources with Elixir
> cast 'inspiration'
Loot Generator
KingdomGame 2
Hex Describe
Microscope RPG
The Drolatic Dreams of Pantagruel (1565)
Sea of Thieves team put anti-toxicity strategies into game’s core design
> afk
Micro Adventurer Issue 11
> quit
A small gecko takes your hand and rushes you to the departure lounge.
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