Infinity (LPMud)

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Infinity LPMud logo.png
Developer(s) Peter William "Django" Friedman, Bill "Mutara" Mackiewicz, project community
Engine LDMud
Platform(s) Platform independent
Release 1992
Genre(s) Cross-genre MUD
Mode(s) Multiplayer

Infinity is a MUD, a text-based online role-playing game, founded in 1992 by Peter William "Django" Friedman and Bill "Mutara" Mackiewicz.[1]

Game characteristics[edit]

Infinity's setting has both fantasy and science fiction elements, and is set in an eponymous city from which alternate timelines can be entered.[2] The game's conflict consists of the inhabitants' battles against an evil sorcerer, with socializing and questing major activities.[3]

The MUD allows player killing in its Arena, a single room where normal rules about player versus player conflict do not apply.[3]

Technical infrastructure[edit]

Infinity is an LPMud running on the LDMud game driver, with a mudlib derived from LPMud 2.4.5.[2]


  1. ^ "Infinity Lore". Infinity LPMud. Retrieved 2010-09-14. 
  2. ^ a b "Infinity LPMud". Infinity LPMud. Retrieved 2010-09-14. 
  3. ^ a b Greenman, Ben; Maloni, Kelly; Cohn, Deborah; Spivey, Donna (1996). Net Games 2. Michael Wolff & Company, Inc. p. 245. ISBN 0-679-77034-8. Infinity LpMUD For more than three years, adventurers have roamed a village trapped between time zones in a place called Infinity. In a never-ending battle against the evil sorcerer, MUDders socialize with friends and solve quests. If you'd like to kill, head to the Arena (a single room without rules). Check the Website for more information and copies of the MUD newspaper. 

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