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Submitted by shaanmjoshi 760d ago | review

Review: Mutant Mudds (PC) - BNBGAMING

While Renegade Kid is best known for developing titles for the Nintendo DS and 3DS, the studio’s port of Mutant Mudds marks its first foray into the PC scene. While this may catch some gamers by surprise (to my knowledge, this is the first PC port of a 3DS game), you’ll be glad to know that Max’s transition from the small screen to the big one goes off without a hitch.

If you’re a fan of platformers, especially old-school ones, you would be doing yourself a great disservice if you skipped out on Mutant Mudds. As for those who already played the 3DS version, if you’re remotely interested in trying out the new levels, don’t hesitate to double-dip. (Mutant Mudds, PC) -

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