These links offer software that help you adjudicate and manage e-mail games. Some programs also produce maps for ongoing games. There are also sites that offer maps and other resources for specific software.
Automated Online Mapper
Observes games and produces maps automatically. Easy-to-use web interface. Powerful searches of the JDPR data base.
David Norman's Diplomacy Pages
Mapper for Windows, MapMaker, variants, DipTimer and Diplomacy AI.
A Diplomacy Map for Computer Displays
It is topologically equivalent to Avalon-Hill's map. It is on a uniform grid with vertical and horizontal lines. All land regions are strictly rectangular.
Java programme which reads results from judges (or imports games from floc.net) and displays the maps. Connects to POP3 and sends orders using SMTP.
Adjudicator and mapping program that runs on Windows, Linux, Solaris, and Mac OS X.
A java applet to generate map positions from internet judge results. Supports standard, modern and youngstown variants.
A cross-platform tool for displaying, adjudicating and tracking games and variants. Features downloads, manual, and forums.
Roy Addison's Diplomacy Maps
All of these maps may be used with Gary Pennington's DipChief mapping program.
Last update:July 10, 2014 at 5:35:12 UTC