Created 30 Nov 2000 at 15:49 UTC by arianne.Homepage: http://www.arianne.cx
Freshmeat page: http://freshmeat.net/projects/ariannerpg
Arianne is a virtual world. Its a massively multiplayer role playing game you access through an Internet connection.
You choose your own virtual life and immerse yourself into a huge, wild new world, where you have an unprecedented degree of freedom to shape your own destiny.
These are the keyword of Arianne: open source, massive, multiplayer, online, role playing, game.
Open Source because we believe that you are our best developer to make Arianne a success. Your support is vital
Massive because you will have never seen so much people before.
Multiplayer because we encourage you to make clans, groups, cities, kingdoms. 7
Online because you require an Internet connection.
Role Playing because you are encouraged to play a role, much like an actor. You make your own decisions.
Game because we expect you to enjoy Arianne.
We try to get a full gaming experience through Open Source, you can help us improve it.
We are planning a technology that will allow better PING that other online games, and also a good game experience if PING goes up.
We are creating such a huge land that you will need several lives to cross the world from point to point.
Non player characters will have a very important place in Arianne as we will try to give them real lives and personalities.
We don't encourage player killing but if it happens only in-game rules, for example the justice system of a kingdom, can punish it.
We are now supporting Linux, Windows, BeOS and MacOS and we will increase the number of supported OS in the future.
A unique role playing system, with simple, easy to learn rules and a great freedom of action, you can do almost whatever you imagine.
Huge amount of objects, weapons, spells, races, clothes, ...
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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If you're a C programmer with some spare time, take a look at the mod_virgule project page and help us with one of the tasks on the ToDo list!