The M.U.L.E. Machines: Commodore 64

Commodore 64 computer with 1541 diskette drive, 2 wico joysticks and MULE game box

Although program behaviour and play feeling of the Commodore version are almost identical to the to the Atari version, there is a couple of slight differences between M.U.L.E. on the Commodore an M.U.L.E. on the Atari.

M.U.L.E. Compliant Commodore Hardware

The C64 has a MOS 6510 CPU, 64KB memory and 16 colors and 3 voices and 2 joystick ports. The MOS 6510 CPU is an improved version of the infamous MOS 6502, the leading microprocessor of the late 1970s and the early 1980s. There are two major Commodore systems M.U.L.E. runs on, the C64 and the C128, while it does not matter whether it is an older or a newer hardware version.

Commodore 128
1985 Commodore 128


Commodore 128D in plastic case with carry handle
1987 Commodore 128D in plastic case with carry handle and built-in 5.25" floppy disk drive

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