Didn't expected your visit here
That's great! Welcome! Hope you feel good around, and hope you can contribute with something, even that only with your presence here
As posted, MUD is (and will be) in english language to have a wide gameplayer base... restricting it to another language like portuguese or spanish was not my intention due to that, and also because english is an easy language than portuguese...
You cannot know it but a mud written in portuguese, because of the complexity of the language, don't look much great (desciptions, emotes, etc. do not sound well like in english).
Anyway as you probably could found, we are in a very early stage of development. I am the only coder and the mud engine is being written from scratch in IBASIC standard (IB STD), a code I have good knowledge (I choose not adopt another code base because: 1 - I would have to learn it from 0; 2 - I like to program, and build a mud engine is a great personal objective, as I am a \"mudder\" for around 10 years; 3 - as I know IB STD well, I can do whatever I like! - if in another code, I would be restricted to what I could figure out and to what others have written, being difficult to increase any piece of code).
So code is being created step-by-step, without any rush, with developments at least every week. Building is also restricted because not many commands are implemented (we can already make quests... but very limited, as no items are coded yet, and only part of NPC interactions are made) - anyway, the geographic world can already be done (I have my project for the world, how to create the landscape etc, but didn't done any advance in it because I give priority to code). Players atm only connect basically to chat, test new commands and give opinions, which can also be done in this forum.
Also you can see that Iberia site need some shaping for a better look and organization
Help files, new commands, etc, etc, etc... much to do
I believe you and every new person in Iberia can understand what's expected by reading other posts in this forum and in mud helpfiles, so feel free to contribute with anything, I would thank alot.
Once again welcome, and hope to meet you logged on sooner or later. Keep in contact!