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Mutant Mudds

Mutant Mudds’ 3DS update has finally been submitted to Nintendo, Renegade Kid has confirmed.

The upcoming patch will add 20 deluxe ghost levels to the game. Essentially, it will bring things in line with the Wii U version.

Renegade Kid co-founder Jools Watsham shared today’s news on Twitter:


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Renegade Kid is still hard at work on the upcoming Mutant Mudds 3DS update. Studio co-founder Jools Watsham estimates that the patch will be submitted within the next two weeks.

Watsham wrote on Twitter earlier today:


When Mutant Mudds’ 3DS update is made available, the game will add content from the Deluxe version.

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Mutant Mudds started out as a 3DS game, but it’s now out on a bunch of different platforms. In addition to Nintendo’s handheld, the game also landed on the Wii U, PS3, PS Vita, PC, and iOS.

Yet despite the many platforms Mutant Mudds can now be found on, 3DS remains the game’s top-performing platform. Renegade Kid co-founder Jools Watsham said on Twitter last week that the studio has “made more revenue on 3DS than all other platforms combined”.

He wrote:


Thanks to Jake for the tip.

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Earlier this month, Renegade Kid’s Jools Watsham confirmed that a new update is in the works for Mutant Mudds. This free update will add all extra levels from the Deluxe version, Watsham has now confirmed.

He told Nintendo Life:

I tried to incorporate a gradual difficulty curve across the 20 Ghost Levels; easing players into the new gameplay of ghost avoidance. Overall, the Ghost Levels definitely pose a challenge, but perhaps not quite as brutal as some of the secret levels.

Mutant Mudds’ update for 3DS will arrive in Q1 2014 – possibly in March.

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Renegade Kid co-founder Jools Watsham has posted a new update on his blog outlining the studio’s development plans. Mutant Mudds (3DS), Treasurenauts, Cult County, Mutant Mudds 2 were all covered in the post. Additionally, Watsham teased two new titles, one of which has been confirmed for 3DS and will be announced in January.

Rather than rounding up the news in bullet point form, it’d probably be best to share the blog post entirely. You can find it after the break or on Watsham’s page here.