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MUME, Multi-Users in Middle-earth, is a free multiplayer roleplaying game based upon J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth that has been continuously enhanced since the fall of 1991.

In MUME players can explore more than 26,000 open rooms and live in this meticulously crafted world during its late Third Age, and possibly join the Epic War between the forces of the Dark Lord and the armies of the West. [Do you want to learn more?]

Do you want to start playing right away? Then just get going! Do you want to read a bit more first, get some hints about mappers, or watch the Video Tutorials? Then visit the section for new players.

For questions and advice just visit our Official Forum! Simply login with your MUME-character.

MUME is hosted at HEIG-VD (School of Engineering and Management Vaud, Switzerland).


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Latest game news

The tomb of the Chieftain of Belegost (Rogon)26 Oct 2019

As a result of the notable lack of interest for this area, we have after years
of careful consideration and planning, decided to take action.

Multiple changes have been made to the area to alleviate the reasons for the
mentioned disinterest.

The treasures to be found have undergone improvements, the area has been made
somewhat more accessible, and several changes have been made to make the
puzzles found within easier to grasp.

We encourage adventurers to explore carefully.


Credits:

Design...... Rogon, Arfang, Antti
Coding...... Arfang
Reviews..... Imago, Fror
Misc help... Jahara

Latest web news

Port 443 is now used for HTTPS instead of Telnet 15 Nov 2019
This website is now available on the HTTPS standard port.
If you used to point your telnet client at mume.org port 443, please use port 23 or 4242 instead.
If this is not an option for you, check out the web client instead.

You like MUME? Tell others on [The Mud Connector].

MUME logo based on John Howe’s “Gandalf” and “Horseman in the Night” by Renea, Vairë, and Manwë.
Web site maintained by Manwë. Last updated Oct 2016.