Tale interactive fiction



Circle

version:   1.10

author:   Irmen de Jong     irmen@razorvine.net

Game license:

Tale "Circle" mudlib, based on world definition files from CircleMud 3.0. Only the data files are used, none of the original C code is being used in any way. C I R C L E M U D 3 . 0 CircleMUD was developed from DikuMUD (Gamma 0.0) by Jeremy "Ras" Elson at Johns Hopkins University's Department of Computer Science. All code unique to CircleMUD is protected under a copyright by the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins University. Additional development coordinated by Alex Fletcher, George Greer, and Daniel Koepke with feedback from CircleMUD mailing list. CircleMUD is freeware and can be downloaded via anonymous FTP from ftp.circlemud.org or ftp2.circlemud.org in pub/CircleMUD. Its developers can be contacted at cdev@circlemud.org. Type HELP CIRCLEMUD for more information. ============================================================================ Original game idea, concept, and design: Katja Nyboe [Superwoman] (katz@freja.diku.dk) Tom Madsen [Stormbringer] (noop@freja.diku.dk) Hans Henrik Staerfeldt [God] (bombman@freja.diku.dk) Michael Seifert [Papi] (seifert@freja.diku.dk) Sebastian Hammer [Quinn] (quinn@freja.diku.dk) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Additional contributions from Michael Curran, Bill Wisner, Mads Haar, and Stephan Dahl. Originally developed at: DIKU - The Department of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen.


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