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8.37/10 from 11 user ratings

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Mutant Mudds “Grannie” Levels Dated for 3DS

Europe: Oct. 18th
North America: Oct. 25th
Levels: 20
Cost: FREE! (for owners of the game, of course)

Now um... let's discuss this game! And the new stages!

Personally I really enjoyed this game. It felt like a lost SNES gem or something. It was lacking in depth but the core mechanics were pretty sweet.

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Posted: 10/11/12, 23:03:43  - Edited by 
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I'm actually excited about the new stages, and I may need to edit my review once they're added. Those should have been in from the get-go, because as it stands now, unlocking Grannie really does nothing for the replay value of the game.
Posted: 10/11/12, 23:08:12
I kind of wish I had picked this up when it was on sale.
Posted: 10/11/12, 23:11:28
Zero said:
Cost: FREE! (for owners of the game, of course)

See, gang? THAT is how you do post-game DLC. THAT is "extending the life of your game." No surprise that a little studio like Renegade Kid who is still working from passion gets it right while Capcom and EA need the extra cash to recoup their bloated budgets.
Posted: 10/11/12, 23:28:44
Sweet. I wonder how the whole shebang relates to Mutant Mudds Deluxe. Is that original?
Posted: 10/12/12, 01:20:59
So I played through the first 3 Granny stages, definitely worth playing if you have the game, and very challenging. I'm a bit worried though that all 20 might essentially boil down to "use your jetpack's horizontal and vertical moving powers to navigate through convoluted sections of spikes" because the first 3 had an awful lot of that. I also feel like something is "missing" by not having to collect anything in the stages. Still, I'm enjoying it. For those who already have the game and enjoyed it, it's an obvious download, and for those who don't have the game, it's just more of a reason to get it.

Funny or not so story, after I downloaded the update it took me a good 10 minutes or so to understand that you had to find the new stages within the main stages. I kept looking for somewhere on the menu / stage select system to choose them and was confused and thought my update didn't work.

@NinSage Well... all they really did is take the "bonus" stages they built for the PC version and bring them over. Which is still awesome, since other developers would probably charge for that, but it's not like they randomly decided to make a bunch of new stages for free. If there were no PC version we would probably not be seeing this free DLC.
Posted: 10/26/12, 16:22:23
Zero said:
So I played through the first 3 Granny stages, definitely worth playing if you have the game, and very challenging. I'm a bit worried though that all 20 might essentially boil down to "use your jetpack's horizontal and vertical moving powers to navigate through convoluted sections of spikes" because the first 3 had an awful lot of that. I also feel like something is "missing" by not having to collect anything in the stages. Still, I'm enjoying it. For those who already have the game and enjoyed it, it's an obvious download, and for those who don't have the game, it's just more of a reason to get it.
The next four are pretty much that as well. Humph.
Posted: 10/26/12, 18:05:53
Posted: 02/17/14, 05:02:43
@Zero

Woah. Weird. I'm especially surprised that it's sold more on Wii U than on Steam. Just goes to show that Nintendo fans love their exclusives (even if they're temporary).
Posted: 02/17/14, 05:30:58
It's really not that surprising to me. On the Wii U it was a big fish in a small pond, while on Steam it was a big fish in a big pond with a bunch of other big fish.
Posted: 02/17/14, 08:48:18
Any word on how it sold on iOS?
Posted: 02/17/14, 14:35:37
@GameDadGrant Welll, it sold 50 million copies, but 49 million of those were the free version and the other 1 million were sold at an average price of 17 cents each, so it basically bombed.

Nah, just kidding, I have no idea.
Posted: 02/17/14, 21:01:52
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