As you are probably aware, there are now several different games based on the Discworld or Discworld games. We have sections on:
This section is dedicated to the AFPDip Diplomacy mailing lists, where play-by-email campaigns of that classic game (in various variants, including a Discworld-specific one) are organised. The Diplomat pages are maintained by Piers Forrest.
The Unseen University
The Discworld trivia game that was played during the Discworld Convention 96. The questions used in those sessions have now been made available on the Web.
The Colour of Magic
The very first Discworld adventure game for the ZX Spectrum computer.
Joel Kleitman maintains a Discworld modification to the popular ASCII adventure game Zangband. In Discband you can wield dwarf battle bread, wear octiron boots, cast spells from the The Octavo (Readers Digest Edition), eat banged grains, etcetera.
Discworld Gaming goes mobile
Blue Sphere Games press announcement concerning the license to produce games based on Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels.
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part of th Discworld MUD.
an unofficial conversion of The Discworld Role-Play game to the DnD d20 system.
Discworld in miniature
Featuring a Warhammer variant for Discworld.
For the very first time there is a Board Game that is unique to DISCWORLD.
A feature on h2g2, part of the BBC website, of Thud.
Cripple Mr Onion
The Discworld's most complicated card game. These are the rules as reconstructed by Andrew Millard and Terry Tao.
GURPS Discworld Bye Nighte
Kristofer and Sebastian Lundström maintain a site for GURPS Discworld resources, including new rules for martial arts, playing a Noir version, Genua and werewolves.
The Discworld MUD
Large Discworld MUD.
Enter the Discworld
Site dedicated to the Discworld MUD.
Stephan's Discworld Page
Lots of Discworld MUD related info.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire-type Trivia Quizzes.
The Dis-organizer Demon
Interactive simulation (in HTML and for the Psion 5) of Vimes' organiser.
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