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If you don't have a MUD client, a simple TELNET app will work. However, MUD clients really are the best way to go. The ones we've found worthwhile include:
One of the best Windows clients out there. Free to download and use. Small cost to register for advanced features, which are more 'nice-to-haves' than necessary functions. Can also be run successfully on Linux under 'wine'.
A popular and fairly robust Mac client that's entirely suitable for connecting to a game like ours. It allows for multiple windows and multiple world connections, which is useful, since one alt is rarely enough.
Widely touted as the best 'nix client out there, we can't really say if that's true or not. We've never bothered to boot it up. But, we'll go with popular opinion. If there's something you like better, let staff know!
This iOS is a favorite for folks that connect via phone or tablets. MUDRammer supports up to four simultaneous connections. It does not time out and works in tandem with the TIMEOUT flag to do so. It has built in logging, copy/paste support, and even brings up an in-app browser to support hyperlinks. It allows macros so that you can, for example, colorize page actions.
The MUD Connector has a listing of MUD clients, if you want to look at alternatives.