Renegade Kid founder Jools Watsham has revealed on Twitter that Mutant Mudds was originally meant to come to Xbox Live Arcade. Watsham says that as soon as the Nintendo 3DS was announced the company switched its focus to the Nintendo eShop.
Mutant Mudds was originally developed for Xbox Live. Then the 3DS was announced! Our focus quickly shifted to the Nintendo eShop.
Renegade Kid and Scarab Entertainment have announced via a press release that their freestyle scooter game is coming to Wii U, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Razor Global Domination Pro Tour is a robust freestyle scooter experience, where you flip grab, spin, and grind your way to victory by performing dozens of freestyle scooter tricks. Customize your apparel and gear to personalize your Team Razor rider. Enhance your performance and take your Razor scooter to new heights with special upgrades that award you with increased speed and extra airtime. Travel around the world visiting unique skate parks, street jam sessions, and dirt tracks to demonstrate your skills.
trailer for upcoming 3DS game Treasurenauts. The 2D platformer’s trailer reels us into an adventure for glittering treasure, but you better be careful as there’s something ghastly down in the Catacombs.
Mutant Mudds developer Renegade Kid has uploaded a new
If the Lavender Town-esque music doesn’t give you the creeps, trying to avoid a number of ghosts sporting devilish grins, while picking up mountains of treasure may just keep you on the edge of your seat. Treasurenauts will land on the Nintendo 3DS eShop in the near future.
Renegade Kid have created a short teaser for their forthcoming Moon Chronicles on the Nintendo 3DS. The game is a remake of the Nintendo DS title Moon remastered in 3D and will be available via episodes on the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
Rebuilt from the ground up to take advantage of the Nintendo 3DS, Moon Chronicles delivers an atmospheric first-person sci-fi adventure with enhanced graphics and intuitive touch screen controls for a truly immersive experience.
Join Major Kane on a mysterious mission to Earth’s moon to investigate a unique hatch of unknown origin. With each new episode you are brought one step closer to understanding the secrets that lie beneath the surface of the moon.
Thanks, David and That dude with the cat
Renegade Kid has finally announced that Moon Chronicles will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS. Last week internet sleuths revealed that the company had filed a trademark for Moon Chronicles. The game is a remake of Moon and is a first person shooter running at 60fps exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS. Moon Chronicles will also support the Circle Pad Pro peripheral. The game is scheduled to be released on the eShop in the spring.
The story follows a character named Major Kane, as he embarks on a mysterious mission to investigate a hatch of unknown origin on Earth’s moon. Moon Chronicles will follow an episodic model. Season one is a remake of the original DS game and will follow the pricing structure listed below.
- Episode 1: $8.99 (contains chapters 1 – 4 + 6 VR Missions: ~4 hours of gameplay).
- Episode 2 (as DLC): $1.99 (contains chapters 5 – 8: ~2 hours of gameplay).
- Episode 3 (as DLC): $1.99 (contains chapters 9 – 12: ~2 hours of gameplay).
- Episode 4 (as DLC): $1.99 (contains chapters 13 – 16: ~2 hours of gameplay).
“We’re big fans of TV shows like Lost. We love shows that really cement the feeling where you watch an episode, you have a cliffhanger, and you absolutely need to watch the next one.”
“That’s our plan for season two and beyond, [for us] to approach it in a similar way. ‘What’s the whole point of the season? Where do we start and where do we end up?’”
- Renegade Kid co-founder Jools Watsham
Renegade Kid has announced that it will soon disclose its new first-person shooter to the public. The reveal will take place this Friday, January 24th, and the unannounced project is in development exclusively for Nintendo 3DS. Whether the game is related to the Moon franchise is unknown, but the developer recently filed a trademark for “Moon Chronicles,” and it has also regained all publishing rights for Moon.
Moon may eventually see a re-release through the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS. The developer behind the title – Renegade Kid – recently regained all publishing rights for Moon, and has confirmed that it now holds the power of porting the Nintendo DS first-person shooter to 3DS. It was previously reported that Renegade Kid has filed a trademark for ‘Moon Chronicles.’
Renegade Kid, the development studio behind Mutant Mudds and Cult County, have recently filed a trademark for Moon Chronicles. Jools Watsham teased an announcement was coming towards the end of the month, so it’s most likely related to Moon Chronicles.
Renegade Kid’s Jool Watsham has promised on Twitter that he has a big announcement in store for Nintendo 3DS owners and first person shooter fans sometime later this month. It sounds as though we may get more information about his eShop title Cult County.
We have a pretty big announcement coming up later this month. Something FPS lovers and 3DS owners might be happy about. :)
Jools Watsham from Renegade Kid the development team behind Mutant Mudds and ATV: Wild Ride for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS has chosen his top five games of 2013. Unsurprisingly four out of his top five games are on Nintendo platforms. The games Watsham has chosen are as follows:
- Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
- Steamworld Dig
- Super Mario 3D World