Tsunami was one of the first MUDs I ever played, and I've now come back to it three times. It's enormous, feels like home, and there's so much to explore and try out I can't find time to do it all.
You can have 100 different characters, and I'm pretty certain each one could play a little different.
The wide array of strange features added over the years are fascinating, and it seems they are slowly getting pruned back to become more manageable. I assume the hardest part of getting into the game would be surfing through the truly massive amount of information available and figuring out where to begin.
It seems that the administration is fairly active; and the manager of the MUD has started to take a slightly more involved approach than previously. I've played, since 1997, one or two dozen MMO's, MUD's, and so on. Tsunami is the biggest of all of them, and I find that quite a bit of fun. The code quality and the ease of play has increased since I started, but it's a ton of fun to go through and see everything that has changed. Some areas aren't very intuitive, but it seems effort has been put into revamping them so they all make sense.Post a comment