Far be it from The Oddworld Librarians’ intention to blow their own horn—there are many great sites on the World Wide Web for you to learn more about Oddworld. Of course, you can count the regularly‐updated ones on the fingers of one hand, but here’s our page of external links.
The Wilderness Region describes those sites that haven’t been updated in a long time but are still open to browse. The Burial Grounds are a testament to those sites that are no longer with us.
The Oddworld Inhabitants’ official website has provided fans with news, information, art and support since the dawn of time. It has not been updated with any new content in a year, but currently sports an exciting and promising new splash page.
The Art of Oddworld Inhabitants
Admirers of Oddworld’s concept artwork and computer imagery cannot go without seriously considering having The Art of Oddworld Inhabitants on their bookshelves: a 255‐page monument to the Inhabitants’ first ten years that fans will “flip” over, and you can order it here.
Stranger’s Wrath (EA)
Stranger’s Wrath (Microsoft)
Munch On This
Munch’s Oddysee (Microsoft)
Abe a GoGo
Abe’s Oddysee Walkthrough
Agatha Michaels’s comprehensive and resourceful walkthrough, concentrating on the PC version of the game, has several useful features, such as screen ordinals and a list of time‐saving shortcuts.
Slogmeat is an Oddworld web comic currently undergoing development. You can join their mailing list to be informed of future updates and view some of the conceptual art.
The fansites listed here have, sadly, gone without any updates for large numbers of months or years, and it is not known whether they will update at any time in the future. However, they do remain valuable treasures that are fully or partially accessible.
Drew’s Oddworld Site
Drew’s Oddworld Site is famous for its amusing Oddworld‐related games. Try them out!
Mudokon = Abe from Oddworld fan site and Official Fanlisting
Mudokons Are Cool
This site belongs to my good friend Oddsville, and was replaced by another site called the same. Sadly, Oddsville (the site) is now offline.
Oddipus’ Complex is wittily-named and fascinating page even today. It contains many little oddities and some features that are used often today, such as a guide to all the games’ endings and files to run Abe’s Exoddus on Windows XP.
Oddworld Bird Portal
This is a beautiful Spanish page.
Oddworld Inhabited was a beautiful hand‐drawn website run by respected member George T Gimp. It was shut down when OWI included SoBe vending machines in Munch’s Oddysee, but the splash page survived and still shows George’s artwork.
This early version of Oddworld Topsites was created by Sista Souljah.
Oddworld Travel Agency
Oddworld.de (formerly Abe’s Homepage)
This site was frowned upon when it first opened due to the obvious plaguarism of the official site’s graphics and layout.
The Animals of Oddworld
The Oddworld Club
The Oddworld Club brought together artistic fans of Oddworld before the account was closed. The gallery still remains.
The Song Engine
Who owns this blog with two entries, I have no idea. Both report relatively‐recent Oddworld news, but its been silent since.
We Love Abe from Japan
Atushi is a well‐known Japanese fan of Oddworld. He has ‘campaigned’ for the release of Munch’s Oddysee in Japan.
Once in a while, the online Oddworld community suffers the loss of a fansite and all information, art and spirit contained within. While that pales in comparison to the departure of a fellow fan, here is a list of sites we could possibly never see again.
Constipated Scrab’s Oddworld
Depths of Oddworld
Drew’s Slig Page
Mudokon Counter Attack
Necrum Story Stone
The Odd has You!
OIPT Official Site
The Oddworld Interactive Poll Team operated on the Oddworld Forums—though independently of OddNet—providing a range of entertainment, most notably the Ultimate Oddworld Creature (UOC) series of polls, as well as the Oddlympics. Mac the Janitor and Death later worked together to produce the Oddlympics 2·0, but this was never released.
The Gabbit Pond
The Slig Station