Mail Order Monsters
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|Mail Order Monsters|
|Developer(s)||Paul Reiche III
|Designer(s)||Paul Reiche III|
Mail Order Monsters is a 1985 computer game created by Paul Reiche III, Evan Robinson and Nicky Robinson and published by Electronic Arts (Ariolasoft in Europe) for the Commodore 64 and Atari 8-bit family home computers.
Reiche had previously worked with designers Jon Freeman and Anne Westfall of Free Fall Associates on the game Archon for EA, and teamed with the Robinsons on action-strategy games. Mail Order Monsters features battles as part of the gameplay.
The players create a variety of monsters and equip them with futuristic and modern weapons to do battle. Two players can play and compete at the same time and fight each other, or play capture the flag. Monsters can be stored on diskette and can be upgraded by victories against other monsters or computer opponents.
- Mail Order Monsters Credits from MobyGames
- Mail Order Monsters overview from IGN
- Katz, Arnie (1985-11). "Call to Adventure / Role-Playing Software for the Commodore 64". Ahoy!. p. 49. Retrieved 27 June 2014.