Mukluk MUD Client

Mukluk MUD Client


Mukluk is a client designed for use with your favorite MUD, MUSH, MUCK, MOO or similar online text-based world.

* Connect to multiple worlds simultaneously
* ANSI colors (both basic colors and xterm-256 supported)
* Double-tap to navigate to URLs in the world text
* Navigable history of previous commands
* Fully adjustable colors and font sizes
* Selectable encoding

Recent changes:
* Fix bug related to non-lowercase "http" in URLs.

* Updated about page text.
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Free
76
3.8
User ratings
146
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
465 kb
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About Mukluk MUD Client
Mukluk is a client designed for use with your favorite MUD, MUSH, MUCK, MOO or similar online text-based world.

* Connect to multiple worlds simultaneously
* ANSI colors (both basic colors and xterm-256 supported)
* Double-tap to navigate to URLs in the world text
* Navigable history of previous commands
* Fully adjustable colors and font sizes
* Selectable encoding

Recent changes:
* Fix bug related to non-lowercase "http" in URLs.

* Updated about page text.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 2, 2015
Best client Dan your great good job
A Google User
Dec 25, 2014
Great client Best features IMO? - Multiple Window Support - ANSI support - No pervasive ads - Stable connection Everything suitable for my needs, and has built in logging that I could never get with blowtorch.
A Google User
Dec 10, 2014
Once I managed to figure out how to connect on a phone with no dedicated menu button, totally the best client there is for Android. I'm pretty sure I actually have used them all. The lack of MUD specific stuff, as a MUSHer, is appreciated.
A Google User
Nov 29, 2014
Great app Great for gaming on the go.
A Google User
Nov 10, 2014
Stable I was using Mukluk because it is more stable than Blowtorch. However, if I'm receiving a text and inputting a command (I don't always have to be inputting something either) it stops working. It doesn't disconnect but, it doesn't load new information and I have to manually disconnect and reconnect. Using a ZTE Supreme.