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    Caveman_Games is offline Very Common
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    Default M.U.L.E.

    Does anyone else here remember this game as a child or young adult? I have been searching for this game complete for some time now at a reasonable price.

    Over the weekend, an aquaintance showed me thiers. I held it in my hands and inquired as to how much they would like for their copy. The price was $75, but they said you give me $60 and its yours...

    I passed.....should I not have?

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    c64fan is offline Uncommon
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    Default Re: M.U.L.E.

    That game is pretty rare.

    Was it complete in box? This copy sold for $200+ on Ebay:

    Commodore 64/128 software M.U.L.E. Orig. package RARE!! - eBay (item 300392591780 end time Feb-07-10 19:09:22 PST)

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    Default Re: M.U.L.E.

    you shouldnt have passed try see if he still wants to sell it to you

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    Caveman_Games is offline Very Common
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    Default Re: M.U.L.E.

    Well,
    I did pass on the buy, but now I still can buy it from him, but the price has gone up to $75. I do not own a commodore 64, but if I bought this game I would love to own it. Does anyone know what the major differences are between the C64 floppy game, the Atari XE reproduction cart and the NES cart?

 

 




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