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MUSH address and port: 8bit.memoryleak.org:4201
Ip address:
Program type: MUSH
Count Ranking: 10/10
Quality Ranking: 4/10
Admin's email: clamface_1@hotmail.com
Percent of code that is original: 100%
Percent of areas that are original: 100%
Original code base: Penn, now Bit
PK Enforced, PK Optional, or No PK MU*: PK Limited
The ages allowed in the MUSH: All
Webpage of the MUSH: http://8bit.memoryleak.org
Is the MUSH currently up? Yes
When has the up/down status last been changed? 2011-02-12 16:43:14.560257-08
Date and time the MUSH was first listed: 2002-07-13 06:38:49-07
Date and time the MUSH was last modified: 2003-11-28 13:12:31.809225-08 (7009 days ago)
A short description of the MUSH submitted by their admin.

  • Building -- Free building, and lots of it. No quota. No theme. Build your own little house, castle, swamp, or area.
  • Exploring -- You'll find a variety of explorable areas including an extensive mountain area, a Super Mario Bros. area, and many player homes and lots. Players are often building new places to explore.
  • FANSI Art -- We support FLAG Extended Ansi Settings which provides for an extended character set: card suits, box drawing characters, and shading characters allowing for many pseudo-colors. Re-live the days of BBS art.
  • Coding -- We offer a ton of softcode to play with, including a playable MUSH Nintendo (with Tetris, Frogger and Mario Brothers), mapping droids for keeping track of places you've explored, and a whole slew of other code. We offer support for those looking to learn how to code. This includes player tutors, a 21 lesson coding tutorial, and plenty of unique functions.
  • Socializing -- We have a standard chat system where people can interact from anywhere on the MUSH. If you don't like to do anything but socialize that's fine with us.
  • Capitalism -- We have a company system and stock market which promotes the sales of goods and the competition of MUSH companies. Many of them sell products and compete for your daily paycheck. You can also invest in companies and attempt to make a profit.

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