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Sociopolitical Ramifications

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Sociopolitical Ramifications

Sociopolitical Ramifications
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Developer(s) Martin "DivineVixen" Gauffin, Henrik "Snout" Isacsson, project community
Engine TinyMUCK
Platform(s) Platform independent
Release date(s) 1994
Genre(s) Furry MU*
Mode(s) Multiplayer
Distribution Online

Sociopolitical Ramifications, or SPR, is a furry-themed MUCK, a text-based online role-playing game, founded in 1994 by Martin "DivineVixen" Gauffin and Henrik "Snout" Isacsson.[1]


In September 1998, SPR was named The Mud Connector's Mud of the Month.[1]

SPR has been noted as an idealistic experiment in anarchy that essentially failed, descending into infighting and chaos that drove away users.[2]


  1. ^ a b "September '98 Mud of the Month".  
  2. ^ Williams, J. Patrick; Smith, Jonas Heide (2007-03-28). The Players' Realm: Studies on the Culture of Video Games and Gaming. McFarland & Company. p. 82.  

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