Mob Rule (Windows)

Teen
ESRB Rating
Genre
Perspective
Theme
75
Critic Score
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.7
User Score
5 point score based on user ratings.

Advertising Blurbs

Official game's website:
    The Godfather helps those who help themselves! A real time strategy game with full simulation play.

    Over 40 unique & upgradable buildings, from Saloons to Nightclubs to Brothels.
  • Three troops -- Thugs, Repairmen and Gangsters -- to realize your vision of criminal conquest.
  • "Undesirables" ranging from ghosts to pool hall Hoodlums -- to chase your enemies out of their buildings and businesses.
  • Ten quirky Tenants to run your businesses!
  • Multiple resources -- from Cement Works, Brick Factories and
  • Steel Foundries to Gadget Factories -- to manage and use in the construction of your evil empire!

    Contributed by jean-louis (17657) on Apr 06, 2015.

Back of Case - Windows (US):

    The Godfather helps those who help themselves !

    A Real-Time Strategy game for criminal minds.

    • Over 40 unique & upgradable buildings, from Saloons to Nightclubs to Brothels

    • Three troops - Thugs, Fixers and Gangsters - to realize your vision of conquest.

    • Use "Undesirables" ranging from Ghosts to pool hall Hoodlums to chase your enemies out of their buildings and businesses.

    • Ten quirky Tenants to run your businesses!

    • Multiple resources - from Cement Works, Brick Factories and Steel Foundries to Gadget Factories - to manage and use in the construction of your evil empire!
    (caption) Build up an inventory of legitimate and illegitimate businesses and take over block-by-block.

    "MOB RULE is clever, addictive and possibly one of the most entrepreneurial games we've seen in a while." - USAToday.com

    Contributed by Jeanne (75502) on Jul 21, 2008.

Unknown Source:
    Mob Rule is a totally original game that blends together the excitement and drama of real-time-strategy games with the brain-burn of the best exploration, construction and management sims. All this, and it manages not to take itself too seriously.

    Contributed by Thom Doonan (4) on Sep 07, 2000.