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Charting a New Course on Mac OS X

Atlantis

Partial List of Features

  • 'Spawn' support.
  • Shared world settings.
  • Growl support
  • Versatile Windowing
  • HTML Logfiles
  • User defined hotkeys
  • User defined aliases
  • Advanced event system
  • SSL-encrypted connections
  • MCCP support
  • Perl scripting
  • MCP 2.1

What is Atlantis?

Beginning with the earliest MUDs (Multi User Dungeons), on through today's MUSHes, MUXes, MOOs, MUCKs and all the other varied offspring of the original MUD, there have been text-based multiuser games around since the early days of the Internet.  But to connect to these MU*s, you generally need a client slightly more advanced than plain old telnet!

Atlantis is a client specifically designed to aid in playing those type of games.  It is designed from the ground up entirely in Cocoa, and integrates with system services — such as the Mac OS X spellchecker — as much as possible.

What can Atlantis do?

In addition to the expected feature-set of every MU* client — connect to a game, provide highlighting, log output and so on — Atlantis has a number of fairly advanced features.  You can find a few of them in the sidebar right on this page.

That's all cool, but why call it Atlantis?

As these games are often known as 'MU*,' the Greek letter 'mu' seemed an appropriate emblem for Atlantis.  And given that the great sunken civilizations were Atlantis, Mu and Lemuria?  The 'Mu' client got named Atlantis, and the underlying window toolkit was named Lemuria.

(Yes, the developer is a geek.  Cope.)

Atlantis Screenshots

Atlantis Screenshots
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