To connect to Erion, you need a mud client and the address and port number of the game (erionmud.com 1234). There are many free clients available for download online. The following are a few of our favorites.
Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux, ChromeOS (Version 69+)
Mudlet is a quality MUD client, designed to take mudding to a new level. It’s a new breed of a client on the MUD scene – with an intuitive user interface, a specially designed scripting framework, and a very fast text display. Add to that cross-platform capability, an open-source development model, and you have a very likable MUD client.
Written in C++ for speed and compact size! Play your favourite MUD (Multi-User Dungeon) game with ease. Installed, it only requires around 11 Mb of disk space, plus any extra needed for storing MUD game configurations, and any plugins you download.
GMud is a simple to use mud client. It is possible to make gMud accessible to screen readers. It is a small program that can be ran stand-alone. After installation you can copy the installed folder onto a removable drive or something and take it with you and mud from work, or where ever. It supports triggers, macros and aliases. It's functionality is pretty basic, but it does have the ability to make a soundpack, if not a really reliable one.
Platforms: Windows, Mac, Android, Linux, Chrome OS
TinTin++ (aka tt++) is a MUD client for Mac OS X, Android, Linux, and Windows. The Windows port named WinTin++ (using the PuTTY derived mintty terminal) is available for those who do not use Cygwin (A Linux/Unix emulator for Windows) and runs on Windows Xp, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. Besides MUDs, TinTin++ also works well with MUSH, Rogue, BBS, and Linux servers.
Platforms: Android, Chrome OS
BlowTorch is a generalized telnet client for the Android OS that supports MCCP, aliases, triggers and as many buttons as you can make.
There are many other MUD clients available that are not listed here. If none of our recommendations are working for you, check out TMC's MUD client list.