C64 M.U.L.E.

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M.U.L.E. game data

C64 game name: M.U.L.E. | Release date: 1983 | Publisher: Electronic Arts | Game media type: d64 | Language: en
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About Commodore 64 M.U.L.E.

Set on the fictional planet Irata (Atari backwards), C64 M.U.L.E. is an exercise in supply and demand economics involving competition among four players, with computer opponents automatically filling in for any missing players. Players choose the race of their colonist, which has advantages and disadvantages that can be paired to their respective strategies. To win, players not only compete against each other to amass the largest amount of wealth, but must also cooperate for the survival of the colony. Central to the game is the acquisition and use of Multiple Use Labor Elements, or M.U.L.E.s, to develop and harvest resources from the player’s real estate. Depending on how it is outfitted, a M.U.L.E. can be configured to harvest Energy, Food, Smithore (from which M.U.L.E.s are constructed), and Crystite (a valuable mineral available only at the “Tournament” level). (source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M.U.L.E.)

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