The Two Towers MUD
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Lovers of Pathfinder and D&D will feel right at home in this heavily customizable fantasy setting.
Start your career in the most addictive MMO adult game!
DragonBall: Infinity is the longest run DBS based and one of the longest running DB themed MUDs.
Post apocalyptic, some Lovecraft, some pop culture, permanent tattoos and implants, huge world. Great people!
Edge of Midnight
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Realms of Despair
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I've given up on trying to make the MSSP data on the game listing page responsive with CSS alone, as it looked good for some games and bad for others based on how many MSSP variables are provided. I've switched to a table, which makes the list longer, but no more formatting issues.
Manually cleared the votes from some games that didn't have their votes cleared.
More importantly, added an index on a field in the DB that was causing SQL slowness, so the site loads much faster now as you may have noticed.
I've updated the add/edit listing page to add a new field for 'MSSP Port' which can be used by games that want the MSSP crawler we run to connect on a different port so as to not muddy up their primary connection port monitoring.
While on the add/edit listing page I also cleaned up some of the text.
Updated the MSSP page with a big more info on the plaintext MSSP response.
Voting: There is a bug in the vote code I'm tracking down that is counting votes multiple times. The good news is it happening to everyone so the order of votes are accurate, though the actual counts are skewing high. There is also an issue with the vote reset at the top of the month. I'm going to be working on that too, for now I just manually reset it. Apologies for the issues. Been busy with holidays and such.
Listings: removed HellMOO since they shutdown.
Voting: Fixed a bug where votes were not being tallied. I've run the tally in lookback mode to capture votes from the last ~week in the tally, so none were actually lost.
Listing Page: Fixed a bug where webclient URL was not being generated with the proper port
Voting: I made some further improvements and bug fixes to the code that handles voting and tabulationg votes.
Password Reset: We finally got approved for Amazon SES production (24 hour SLA be damned apparently) and password reset emails will now work again and ACTUALLY be delivered.
I hadn't looked at the voting code in a while and I noticed a few bugs. My original intention was to make it so you could only vote once per day, but the way I was tabulating votes actually made it so you could vote once per hour (I was clearing out votes while tabulating, which meant I lost who had voted already).
I've done a few things to update the way it works:
Keeping the log of the previous votes instead of tabulating and emptying the table makes sense-- I think in 2007 I was more worried about that table trending toward infinity, but it's really not an issue. Having the audit log of votes will also let me more easily investigate if someone is botting.
Edit / View Listing Page:
Add/Edit Game Page
View Game Page
We have gone through all games in our database and removed the dead games. This amounted to 62 games that were no longer connectable, and who also didn't have a valid website where we could try to get updated connection information. If your game was removed but was still online, feel free to create a new listing with updated connection and website information. We also pruned some spam listings.
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