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M.U.L.E. 5200 rules!

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If you haven't picked this game up yet, I whole heartily recommend getting it. I just received mine and the game looks, sounds, and plays great. I can only hope that Bry will be converting some other 8 bit games over to the 5200. Thanks Bry for making a great product.

 

-mike

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They are officially gone. Thanks everybody!

 

-Bry

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Does anyone know how to acquire an A8 cartridge version of M.U.L.E.? BTW - There is one on ebay right now but I am not sure about the price.

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Does anyone know how to acquire an A8 cartridge version of M.U.L.E.? BTW - There is one on ebay right now but I am not sure about the price.

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Yeah, that's a robbery.

 

eBay M.U.L.E. cart

 

That's one of Steve Tucker's MaxFlash carts ($24.99) that somebody is selling in a way that they really should not be.

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Good thing no one bought it, otherwise there might be a run on the 1mbit carts so folks can turn around a make a big profit!

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Does anyone know how to acquire an A8 cartridge version of M.U.L.E.?

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On the Commodore, my brother and I once took over all four players to try to achieve a maximum colony score. We were disappointed that there's no higher message than "You may now retire in elegant estate" since we scored far above that threshhold (river beds for food; a few mountainless plots for energy, and everything else crystite. Ironically, we weren't too worried about where the crystite deposits were, since the "economy of scale" rules meant that interior plots would produce a minimum of four units/turn even if there was no crystite there!)

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On the Commodore, my brother and I once took over all four players to try to achieve a maximum colony score.  We were disappointed that there's no higher message than "You may now retire in elegant estate" since we scored far above that threshhold.

At least on the Atari version (maybe commodore, not sure), the highest message (for a score higher than 130000) is:

"Overall, the colony delighted the federation with your exceptional achievement. Your retirement will be luxuriou!"

 

You can find more informations on my webpage consacred to MULE decompilation here:

http://bringerp.free.fr/RE/index.html

 

Kroah

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I would have liked to have one too, but I didn't get a 5200 until November.  And it's a two port anyway.

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I was late too, but got lucky with classics(steve) selling one last month. I just happen to see the post right after he posted it. :D My 4port is still missing the RF adaptor and I have not modified it yet so maybe this weekend I will get to play MULE on the 5200. I can still play it on the 8bit though.

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