Read the full review here.

“The colonization adventure became a pseudo-classic in its own right with its innovative functioning and whimsical elements, but would it hold up decades later?”
– from the full review, which you can read here.

I like M.U.L.E. I understand that it’s weird, boring, and an economic simulation, but it is a dream of mine that I someday find three people who would actually be wanting, willing, and able to play a real four-player game of M.U.L.E. with me. That would be so friggin’ cool.

4 Responses to “ M.U.L.E. ”

  1. Matt Boomsma , on May 26th, 2011 at 8:32 am Said:

    I’d be game…

  2. Sounds like a neat game! I never had much in the way of sims like this because in my youth I never had the patience for them, but it sounds like something I’d like to try now. Oddly, it also sounds like it’d make a perfect European-style boardgame…

  3. The guys over at RetroGaming RoundUp had played a “drunken M.U.L.E.” game online which was based on the original cartridge if I’m not mistaken. I’d be down for a game if we could find a website which had a java/flash based emulation that was close/exact copy of the original NES version.

  4. Nestopia does allow for online play.

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