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App description: MUDMaster is a feature-rich MUD / MUCK / MUSH / MOO game client. It supports ANSI colors, custom buttons (macros), triggers, external keyboard, delay and repeat timers, recent command resend, multi-touch gestures including diagonal movement, and much more.

MUDMaster should work with any text-based servers capable of talking normal ASCII. Most common most foreign language encodings are now supported.

MUDMaster does NOT support Extended ASCII (aka Code Page 437, used in BBS Door Games). It does not support VT102, SSH, or XTERM, and cannot be used for any game or server that requires any of these.

Highlights include:

* Landscape and portrait orientations.

* UI hub designed for maximum viewing space.

* Directional buttons, including multi-touch support for diagonal movement (press north & east together, then release for northeast). Option to hide buttons (3tap) or change their function via a macro.

* ANSI Color support.

* External keyboard support and transparent virtual keyboard setting.

* Server-Specific Macros/Custom Buttons with variables. See the help file for more details on using the 'macro1' and 'macro2' commands to add macros to the two wheels.

* Multiple sets of command triggers. See the help file for details on using the 'trig' command.

* Quick-connect to an unlimited number of servers with unlimited number of profiles (each with separate macro wheels). Quick-send last 20 commands.

* Font change and font size change. Scrollback length control (affects responsiveness on gens 1-3).

* Zoom in and out by pinching or double-tapping. Automatic text wrapping. Support for ANSI maps and art when using a variety of monospace fonts.

Maythius's comments:




I've just recently started getting into MUDs is this app worth the 5 bucks?
08-27-2010, 11:15 PM
#2
Joined: Mar 2009
Posts: 6,272
ahh man, this woulda made for a cool dirtbike game.

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08-27-2010, 11:20 PM
#3
Joined: Nov 2008
Posts: 1,165
Quote:
Originally Posted by freedog View Post
ahh man, this woulda made for a cool dirtbike game.
*Fixed the title to not further mislead

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08-27-2010, 11:20 PM
#4
I highly doubt it would be worth it. The lack of a tactile keyboard would make your moves difficult, unless the command triggers are REALLY sophisticated.

Edit:
On a further note, can a keyboard be plugged into an iPad?
08-27-2010, 11:28 PM
#5
Joined: Oct 2009
Posts: 374
Quote:
Originally Posted by racingspider View Post
I highly doubt it would be worth it. The lack of a tactile keyboard would make your moves difficult, unless the command triggers are REALLY sophisticated.

Edit:
On a further note, can a keyboard be plugged into an iPad?
You have to buy the ipad keyboard from apple.

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08-27-2010, 11:31 PM
#6
Joined: Feb 2009
Location: us of a
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Originally Posted by ferb12321 View Post
You have to buy the ipad keyboard from apple.
No, you just have to buy a Bluetooth enabled keyboard. I got one online for about $30