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'''Genesis''' is a [[MUDs|MUD]] based on the Norwegian MUD [[Ringen]]. It was translated into English and converted to MUD-format by [[Pål-Kristian Engstad]].<ref name="Tolkien Games">[http://www.lysator.liu.se/mud/katmandus/Genesis.html Tolkien Games]</ref>
 
'''Genesis''' is a [[MUDs|MUD]] based on the Norwegian MUD [[Ringen]]. It was translated into English and converted to MUD-format by [[Pål-Kristian Engstad]].<ref name="Tolkien Games">[http://www.lysator.liu.se/mud/katmandus/Genesis.html Tolkien Games]</ref>
 
  It consists of many regions like [[Moria]] (from the original Ringen MUD) but also new ones like [[the Shire]] and [[Gondor]].<ref name="Tolkien Games"/> The game was released in 1988 and is still running. In 1991 a new version was published.<ref name="Tolkien Games"/>  
 
  It consists of many regions like [[Moria]] (from the original Ringen MUD) but also new ones like [[the Shire]] and [[Gondor]].<ref name="Tolkien Games"/> The game was released in 1988 and is still running. In 1991 a new version was published.<ref name="Tolkien Games"/>  
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Genesis
Video game
DeveloperPål-Kristian Engstad
PublisherPål-Kristian Engstad
PlatformDEC Alpha
Release date1988
GenreLP MUD

Genesis is a MUD based on the Norwegian MUD Ringen. It was translated into English and converted to MUD-format by Pål-Kristian Engstad.[1]

It consists of many regions like Moria (from the original Ringen MUD) but also new ones like the Shire and Gondor.[1] The game was released in 1988 and is still running. In 1991 a new version was published.[1] 

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Tolkien Games