A freeware game engine that allows you to play 2d fighting matches with an unlimited number of characters and stages. Infinitely customizable, mugen facilitates users' creativity and artistic skills as they create the various aspects of the game. First released in 1999 by Elecbyte, the community has thrived even in spite of the company's sudden dissolution in 2003. M.U.G.E.N. may be the best kept secret of the gaming community!
I collected over 2500 characters for M.U.G.E.N. in just three weeks!
A 2D fighting game engine, which can (in theory) be customized easily by adding new characters, backgrounds, sounds, and HUD elements (energy gauges and such).
The theory comes from the fact that the majority of M.U.G.E.N's character creators are whining bitches who lack any ability to share.
Apparently, taking a character and hosting it on your own site (known as warehousing) is an unimaginable wrong that you should be flogged for, even if you credit the character's 'creator'. Saving the 'creator's' bandwidth, and alleviating the need for people to spend hours wading through a million broken links and badly-designed sites in a multitude of languages is something that should never be done under any circumstances.
People often cite Elecbyte's discontinuing development of the software as the reason that the M.U.G.E.N community all but died. A little known fact is that the people who should have been the ones to keep it alive and fresh with new content actually killed most people's interest in the 'scene' by being possessive, whiny little bitches who decided that the best way to do justice to the concept of a nearly infinitely costomizable figting engine would be to do whatever they possibly could to stop new content from reaching people.
Man, M.U.G.E.N blows - infinitely customizable, and no-one wants to let people use the characters they stole.
M.U.G.E.N Creators are people who create content for the 2D fighting game engine called M.U.G.E.N. However, many creators are emotional, immature assholes, whose main objective is not to keep the MUGEN community alive, but to stroke their fragile egos.more...
It mostly has to do with the practice dubbed ‘warehousing’, the act of hosting the creations of others without permission, because god forbid people using the Internet for its intended purpose! Who in their right mind would feel offended, if their work is being spread on the Internet? Creators who think that it diminishes the number of hits their own site gets, of course!
Because site hits are what really matter, amirite?
Never mind the fact that more people would actually visit their sites, for updates for characters, stages, etc. since their website address is usually in the readme file, along with the version number, etc. (That is, if the authors isn’t an idiot). Perhaps they think gamers are morons who can't follow a link in a text file?
So basically the people who warehouse and share the creations, unspoiled and unedited, and the authors who just make characters for the fun of it, are keeping the community alive by spreading the word of MUGENs existence, while the pathetic dramawhores who insists on possessive centralism are hindering MUGENs growth, which would bring more creators to the scene, thereby bringin...
Murder Uterus Fuck Frosh
A group name given to 4 guys who on hot days cold days rainy days, misty days, windy days, snowy days, foggy days, Everyday GET MUFF (VAGINA)
Danny J, Billy S, Conner L, Ethan A
We are, We get M.U.F.F
Girl: Wow it's a beautiful day to go for a walk
M.U.F.F. : Or a nice day to suck my weinerrrr
Girl: Hey M.U.F.F. what are you doing tonight?
M.U.F.F. : dumb question bitch, you know we're doing you!
Girl: What do you like BESIDES muff
M.U.F.F. : (gun shot sounds, 4 men running to a car... car speeds away)
M: Masturbation to
I just got diagnosed with l.e.m.u.r.s. syndrome, so my mom can't be mad.
Acronym for "model United Nations," either a club or class, usu. in high schools; an extremely time-consuming activity where one student learns about international policies and takes on the role of a delegate for a particular country to discuss any given topic.
(Other-- Known to cause high school students to stay up late in researching.)
"I'm representing France in the committee of IAEA," said the M.U.N. student.
The folks who created the engine stopped working on it because they squandered all their programming funds in Las Vegas. A really incredibly stupid move, given that their work had so much potential.
Oh well.....Time to find another engine to work for my game project. Screw M.U.G.E.N.
What was really annoying about M.U.G.E.N was that the engine did not have any backward compatibility with anything created with previous versions of the program.