Jools Watsham of Renegade Kid had this to say on Twitter:
RT if you would buy a Mutant Mudds 1 & 2 combo pack on cartridge for 3DS!
Renegade Kid is thinking about releasing Mutant Mudds 1 + 2 as a combo pack on one a single cartridge instead of having to download them digitally from the 3DS eShop. Mutant Mudds 2 isn’t even out yet, but maybe if this idea gets enough support they will do it.
Renegade Kid has confirmed that the free update that will be available for the Nintendo 3DS version of Mutant Mudds will be available on October 25th in North America and October 18th in Europe. There are some details about this update that you can read below:
- 20 new levels
- tailor-made for Grannie’s character
- levels are presented in a retro CGA theme
- Grannie sports all three power-ups simultaneously
- levels require the use of the power-shot, extended hover, and vertical boost
- each of the 20 regular levels now have an added CGA-Land door in each
- to reach these doors, the combined use of at least two of the power-ups is required
- ‘special tiny new smidge’ of a bonus is presented to the player when all 20 new levels have been completed
You can also check out the above screenshots in 3D by scanning the following QR Code with your Nintendo 3DS.
Renegade Kid released Mutant Mudds on the PC with 20 extra levels and they are now bringing these levels to the 3DS version of Mutant Mudds for free as an update. Jools Watsham has given an update on this procedure:
I will have the release date for the FREE Mutant Mudds eShop update very soon. New 3D eShop trailer coming too. Excite!
Looks like we will get a release date soon for the 20 free levels. Plus, there is going to be a new 3D trailer put up on the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
Jools Watsham has updated us on the status of the extra levels that Renegade Kid is adding to the Nintendo 3DS eShop version of Mutant Mudds. Here is what Jools Watsham said:
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.
This is good news! All the extra levels have been completed and tested. It could take about 4 to 6 weeks until we can get our hands on the 20 extra levels that will added in a free update for Mutant Mudds.
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).
I think that is pretty awesome. Now we know that the 20 new “Grannie Levels” in Mutant Mudds will be available for free on the Nintendo 3DS eShop.
Jools Watsham of Renegade Kid has posted up a playthrough of level Grannie 5-4 in Mutant Mudds for the PC. This level is part of the extra content that was added to the PC game and we might just be seeing this extra content being available on the Nintendo 3DS in the future.
Renegade Kid is going to be releasing the Nintendo 3DS eShop title Mutant Mudds on the PC in the not to distant future. With the release of the PC version, Renegade Kid has added in some extra content and people are wondering if they are going to release this same content for the 3DS version. Here is what Renegade Kid’s Jools Watsham has to say:
…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.
Basically it comes down to the amount of time it takes for this extra content to be released to the public. Renegade Kid would have to resubmit Mutant Mudds to the ESRB for a rating and then they would have to send it to Nintendo for approval. There is a possibility that they will release this extra content for the 3DS version, but it will just take some time.