- For shaman modes, see Shaman modes.
Game modes can be found on the rooms screen ( button next to main menu button), or can be entered by typing /room
[name of game mode in lowercase]+[any content following it, often a number]. Examples: /room
vanilla1, 2, 3, /room
Room names are case sensitive, but the game mode can be upper or lower case. For example Vanillathe is different than vanillathe, but both send you to a vanilla room.
Adding a * before the game mode will bring you to the international version of the room, where mice from all servers can join together.
If too many players are in "
[room]1" or "
[room]2", new rooms with the name "
[room]3" and the following names ("
[room][X]") will be created and mice put into these.
Game modes[edit | edit source]
Minor game modes[edit | edit source]
Removed game modes[edit | edit source]
Notes[edit | edit source]
- There are some special rooms that don't have a game mode (or at least not by default):
- Room 801—This room plays the same as a village room, despite not having village in its name.
- Tribe House—By default has no cheese and never ends, and is private for your tribe. Note that it can play maps and modules of your choosing by the use of the
/modulechat commands respectively.
- Totem and Map Editor—Both of these are special, private rooms that are only used for editing user-specific content.