WoofWorld is, or was, Buddy the Dog's Minetest world. Two copies are, or were, online. Try the following Final Minetest server addresses:
minetest.fun port 30073
minetest.io port 30073
You can download your own copy of WoofWorld. This page provides some screenshots. The download link is after the screenshots.
A Final Minetest server is required. Note: The world works with both MT 4 and MT 5 clients as long as Final Minetest is used.
WoofWorld is noteworthy in that it's based on MeseLite, a modset that is extremely light but fun regardless. MeseLite used to fit on a 1.44 MB floppy disk.
Download WoofWorld full world
A Minetest world breaks down into two main pieces: A “_game” or “modset” and a “map”. The modset defines the objects in the world. The map defines the buildings and terrain.
Final Minetest supports a few different modsets. Some are large. But one modset, MeseLite, is very small and still fairly complete.
MeseLite offers these advantages: it loads quickly, it runs fine on Raspberry Pis, and it usually works well with mobile clients.
WoofWorld is a Minetest world, started in 2020, based on MeseLite. The built portion consists of a single small city floating in the air near the origin but there's also an unexplored Earth at height 29050. There's an asteroid belt at height 21500 as well.
The WoofWorld modset includes 64x64 skins, cars and planes, simple farming, shops, weather, and a wide range of blocks. But it's only 8MB compressed. Most modsets are much larger.
WoofWorld itself, the complete world, is only 64MB as a ZIP file.
To get the ZIP file, use the link below. However, two warnings: 1. To make the world work, you need to use the “world.conf” file and the “woofworld_game” modset provided. You'll need to modify the server address and port number settings to match your host.
2. The world is designed to work with Final Minetest. If you use a different Minetest, the world will crash or be filled with unknown nodes.
Link: https://woofworld.org/woofworld.zip 64MB