M.U.L.E. for Commodore 64 (C64)

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Author: Goethe
To discuss this version of M.U.L.E., please use this topic in the WoM forum.


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Insights from the development team

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How to play this game today

The quickest way play the game is to make use of the Archive.org C64 software library. Archive.org hosts a web-based C64 emulator running directly inside your internet browser. However, you can’t use a joystick (or even four), so you have to play with the keyboard.

Also – good for the PAL country fans, bad for the NTSC country fans – the emulator runs with PAL speed. So e.g. all U.S.-based fans will feel the game runs too slow.

Link: https://archive.org/details/d64_MULE_1983_Electronic_Arts

C64 M.U.L.E. on Archive.org

The other options are the following. In order not to clutter this page too much, I have moved the content to separate pages:

  • Play it on a real C64. For this, you need either one of two versions of the game in the download section
    • the original disk image
    • a version of M.U.L.E. from 2011 which adds support for the C64 four-player adapter, attached to the C64’s user port. With this version, you can play M.U.L.E. on the C64 like on the Atari 400/800 – with four joysticks!
  • Emulating C64 M.U.L.E. on modern PCs. Even online play is possible, if you are a bit versed in computer and network administration.

Gameplay & gameplay comparison with Atari/Commodore M.U.L.E.

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Downloads, Galleries and Hyperlinks


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