M.U.L.E. needs an iOS presence

Discussion in 'General Game Discussion and Questions' started by Chocolate, Nov 23, 2010.

  1. Chocolate

    Chocolate Well-Known Member

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    For those old enough and/or fortunate enough to have enjoyed the wonders of the great old game, M.U.L.E. (I used to play the Atari computer version - which is also THE version), wouldn't it be a great iOS game?

    I recall there being a remake in the works last year, but it seems to have all but disappeared.

    Is the game still coming? Is there even anything like it in the app store? (I searched but didn't find anything, not even an indie clone/remake).

    Best title screen EVAR!!!1 ---> http://www.atarimule.com/index.htm :D
     
  2. ultimo

    ultimo Well-Known Member

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    ll check it out soon :)
     
  3. Rixx

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    I'd love a true iDevice version!

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  4. Love M.U.L.E. back in the day. I'd always corner the market on energy and win. I guess I was a bit of a prick. :) An iOS version would be awesome, especially on the iPad.
     
  5. amn624

    amn624 Well-Known Member

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    M.u.l.e.

    http://www.imule.us/

    Has this project been totally dropped or what? Does anyone have any info whatsoever?

    This was a terrific game and would be a perfect addition as an App.
     
  6. amn624

    amn624 Well-Known Member

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    Sure. I was programming Atari games in 1980. I actually won the first 1st prize they handed out for developers (Domination).

    M.U.L.E. needs to be done, updated graphics, etc. Was a fabulous board game. Would still be.
     
  7. Noman

    Noman Well-Known Member

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    Forgive me for being young but, what is it exactly? And how much would someone like it without nostalgia?
     
  8. amn624

    amn624 Well-Known Member

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    Mining for Smithore on some distant planet with a few unforgettable characters. It was a very fun game, like a board game. There are enough older fans of the game to provide a solid base for marketing it to the App store.
     

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