Renegade Kid Co-Founder Jools Watsham has announced via Twitter that Mutant Mudds Deluxe for Wii U will be arriving during the first quarter of 2013. Watsham says that the game will feature even more content than the Nintendo 3DS version, and may also feature Miiverse support.
Jools Watsham has confirmed via his Twitter account that all 60 Mutant Mudds levels have been tested and completed and should be available in roughly five to six weeks. The additional levels will be available as a free download pack from the Nintendo 3DS eShop
All 60 Mutant Mudds levels tested/completed. Looks like this game is nearly ready for eShop prime-time!
Nearly = 4 to 6 weeks btw. Mudds needs to go through Nintendo testing and then get in the queue for update/release.
When Renegade Kid’s Mutant Mudds launched on August 30th for PC, it included 20 brand-new additional levels that aren’t in the original version for Nintendo 3DS. The game’s designer, Jools Watsham, has revealed that the 20 levels will eventually be available as a free download pack from the Nintendo eShop. Watsham also re-confirmed that Renegade Kid is an authorized Wii U developer.
“You might be asking yourself, ‘Why should I vote for Mudds on Steam?’ when you may already have Mutant Mudds on your 3DS, or you’re waiting for the 20 new Grannie levels to land on the eShop (which is totally going to happen btw, as a free update).”
“Porting Mutant Mudds to the PC, and selling it on Steam, has the potential of bringing some much needed funds into Renegade Kid, which will go straight into the development of new games. As we’re being perfectly – and frankly – honest here; I would like to put the majority of our future development efforts into the 3DS eShop and Wii U eShop titles (we’re authorized Wii U developers now btw – excite!).”
“Voting for Mutant Mudds on Steam = more future eShop titles from Renegade Kid.”
Renegade Kid’s Mutant Mudds launched on the Nintendo 3DS eShop earlier this year, and a PC version of the game that includes 20 brand-new levels will release on August 30th. The game’s designer, Jools Watsham, says that although it takes time to add the levels to the 3DS version, and Nintendo needs to approve them before they are released, Renegade Kid is hoping that the 20 levels will be available for download from the Nintendo eShop.
“But, the reality is that it takes time to add the levels to the 3DS version and it requires approval from Nintendo. I don’t expect Nintendo to have a problem with us adding the levels to the existing game (they allowed Wayforward with Mighty Switch Force), but I cannot say for certain that they will simply say yes, because I am not Nintendo. And besides, once we have added the new content to the 3DS version, we will have to resubmit the game to the ESRB and through Nintendo’s approval process, which just takes time.”
Planet Crashers is an upcoming RPG from the developers of Mutant Mudds, Renegade Kid. Planet Crashers was originally planned to be a retail game, but is now a downloadable title from the Nintendo 3DS’s eShop. The game will be released in North America on July 26th for $9.99.
- Fully explore a massive universe filled with danger and adventure
- Battle in dungeons to gain experience points, level-up weapons, and advance to nearby planets
- Fully customizable main character means that no two heroes are the same
- Experience an epic 3D adventure-RPG that brings a universe of thrills and excitement to your Nintendo 3DS!
Attempt the impossible and bridge dimensions with the heroic sprite Max as Mutant Mudds makes its welcome European debut on Nintendo 3DS this Thursday. As Max you’ll be able to leap between the background and foreground of the screen, weaving between 2D and 3D as you do so using your trusty orange launch pad.
But beware, there are Max’s long-term nemeses – the Mutant Mudds – to contend with. It’s up to you to blast your way across the levels in an attempt to seek out the Water Spirits which, once collected, will wash the Mutant Mudds away for good!
Not getting enough football at the moment? Then get your hands on the table-top style football game Goooooal Europa 2012, on Nintendo DSiWare. You can play in single matches, tournaments featuring 20 objectives, and even replace the football with a time bomb and send your opponent’s players to the bench!
If you would prefer to go on a bit of an adventure then give Save the Furries a go, available via the Wii Shop Channel. In order to protect the Furries from being eaten alive by the evil Furax, you will need to venture across 60 levels in outer space and use the Wii Remote to rearrange objects to help fashion a safe route to the exit.
Developer Renegade Kid have revealed that they are working on a sequel to the Nintendo eShop hit Mutant Mudds. The upcoming title will be a 2D platformer and will feature five worlds, similar to the original game. In the sequel, each world contains five levels – instead of four – with a boss battle at the fifth level of each world. Mutant Mudds’ sequel is scheduled to release in early 2013.
Bomb Monkey is an upcoming Nintendo 3DS game from the developers of Mutant Mudds, Renegade Kid. Bomb Monkey is a puzzle game where the player tries to get rid of blocks in order to progress. The game features a two-player mode, which can be played by using one 3DS console. Bomb Monkey is scheduled to release on the Nintendo eShop this summer.