Mutant Mudds Super Challenge, the sequel to Renegade Kid's delightful retro platformer Mutant Mudds, is slated for a 17th March release in Europe and North America.
As reported by Nintendolife, the game's Wii U and 3DS versions will support Cross-Buy. So purchase it for £8.99 / €9.99 / $9.99 on one Nintendo platform and you'll get it on the other at no additional cost.
Furthermore, there will be a 15 per cent off loyalty discount available for those who own the original Mutant Mudds or downloaded the Nindies@Home Preview demo. This promo will only be available for the first 30 days after launch.
It's a big day for Renegade Kid with both its first-person horror/action game Dementium 2 and its retro platformer Mutant Mudds receiving enhanced ports to new platforms.
Mutant Mudds Deluxe, Renegade Kid's enhanced version of its 2012 retro 3DS platformer, is finally coming to Steam on 21st November, the developer has announced.
Mutant Mudds Deluxe, the enhanced version of Renegade Kid's 2012 3DS eShop platformer, will be coming to PS3 and Vita.
Mutant Mudds Deluxe, the enhanced Wii U version of last year's 3DS and PC platformer Mutant Mudds, is dated for 13th June in North America, developer Renegade Kid has announced.
Mutant Mudds and Dementium developer Renegade Kid is making a first-person shooter for the Nintendo eShop.
Mutant Mudds and Dementium developer Jools Watsham has clarified his comments about the Nintendo 3DS and piracy.
Mutant Mudds developer Renegade Kid has confirmed a sequel to its beloved retro platformer.
"A sequel will happen, for sure," tweeted Renegade Kid co-founder Jools Watsham. When pressed for confirmation on that Watsham added, "Yes, Mutant Mudds 2 is confirmed."
He later noted that it would be an eShop release. When a fan asked about a release date Watsham said, "We are hoping both games [Mutant Mudds Deluxe and Mutant Mudds 2] are released in this quarter. No dates yet."
Mutant Mudds and Dementium developer Jools Watsham has expressed his concern over potential Nintendo 3DS piracy after a hacker claimed full control over the system.
Mutant Mudds may not be coming to Steam anytime soon after it failed to make the recent list of games accepted onto Greenlight, but in spite of its struggle to get onto Valve's portal, developer Renegade Kid is releasing the retro platformer on both Wii U and iOS.
Retro 2D platformer Mutant Mudds is getting free DLC this Thursday, 18th October, adding the bonus content from the PC port to the 3DS version.
Mutant Mudds developer Renegade Kid announced that it's bringing the bonus stages in the PC version of Mutant Mudds to the original 3DS eShop game as a free update.
Retro 2D platformer Mutant Mudds is coming to PC on 30th August, developer Renegade Kid has announced.
Valve has rejected Nintendo 3DS platformer Mutant Mudds for release on Steam.
Bomb Monkey, the latest offering by Mutant Mudds and Dementium: The Ward developer Renegade Kid, arrives on the 3DS eShop in North America on 28th June for $5.
Long-awaited 3DS platformer Mutant Mudds arrives on the eShop this Thursday, Nintendo has announced.
Mutant Mudds is a clever side-scrolling adventure from Renegade Kid, developer of Moon and Dementium. It arrives in Europe with an £8.10 (€9) price tag.
The title first launched in North America back in January, when Eurogamer picked up a copy to review:
There's a takeout place near my apartment called Nong's Khao Man Gai that serves only one dish comprised of three simple ingredients: rice, chicken, and soybean sauce. By all accounts that should add up to dime-a-dozen mediocrity, yet against all odds, it's garnered worldwide acclaim, having been written up in The Guardian, Time Magazine and the Sydney Morning Herald just to name a few.
Mutant Mudds, the new 3DS eShop offering from Renegade Kid (Dementium: The Ward, Moon) is a lot like Nong's Khao Man Gai. On the surface, there's not much to it. A minimal platformer with an 8-bit aesthetic in which you jump, shoot, and hover would be a tough sell even by late eighties standards, yet it rises above its lack of innovation by getting the fundamentals just right.
After an extremely brief intro portraying an outlandishly dorky-looking boy and his grandma watching an invasion of alien mud (mudd?) creatures on the news, you're booted straight into the first level as the lad goes about ridding the world of these monsters. There's hardly any story or text, and there are no experience points, healing items or power-ups to find. Your only goal is to reach the end of each stage and ideally collect 100 gems along the way.