Links: M.U.L.E. on the Web

The M*U*L*E Web [in the Internet Archive]

One of the oldest web sites about M.U.L.E.
Provides everything you want to know about our favorite game in one place.

Vanished at the end of 2012.


World of M.U.L.E.

One of the oldest and probably the most comprehensive web site about M.U.L.E.; Nowadays it's a Wiki-based internet community platform for all M.U.L.E. fans.


M.U.L.E. FANS [in the Internet Archive]

The first M.U.L.E. site in Spanish, located in Argentina. The history of M.U.L.E. FANS in their We section is absolutely readable.


Planet M.U.L.E.

Planet M.U.L.E.

Online M.U.L.E. game running in a Java environment. Can be played locally as well as over the internet. There's a large community of M.U.L.E. players from around the world.


Atari M.U.L.E. Online

Atari M.U.L.E. Online

An interesting effort to play authentic Atari M.U.L.E. over the internet.


Jack's M.U.L.E. Page [archived]

A tutorial on how to play M.U.L.E. as well as background information on the Mountain Wampus. There is also a dedicated M.U.L.E. discussion board there. The web site appears to be gone since April 2006, though Jack's M.U.L.E. FORUM is still working.


Magellan's Log Multi-Media Magazine

The Elegance and Humanity of an Antique Video Game.
A review on M.U.L.E. by John Mimbres.


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