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9/10 "Pure platforming goodness!" - Destructoid. Armed with a heavy-duty water cannon, Max has what he needs to vanquish his long-term nemesis: the Mutant Mudds. Max must blast and hover his way across the soiled landscape to seek out mysterious Water Sprites. Legend says collecting all of the mysterious Water Sprites will wash the filthy Mutant Mudds away for good! KEY FEATURES: • 60 challenging levels in total, spanning across 5 worlds and 8 unique graphical themes. • Includes 20 brand new "Grannie" levels designed for those who mastered the original game. • Jet between three 2D playing-fields and experience incredible depth-of-field blur effects. • On-line leader boards show the best level completion times from players around the world. • Discover secret doorways that transport you into classic gaming worlds.

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Nov 8, 2012 News
Mutant Mudds Released On Desura


Mutant Mudds Released On Desura

Armed with a heavy-duty water cannon, Max has what he needs to vanquish his long-term nemesi: the Mutant Mudds.

Aug 26, 2012 News
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BrutalKillingspree Nov 14 2012, 2:25pm said:

This is a fantastic game! I had never heard of it and got it in the bundle a few days ago and can't stop playing it - If you like VVVVVV, Super Meat Boy, and IWBTG, check it out! I'm nearly finished the Grannie levels and I'd say it's tougher that VVVVVV, but much, much easier than SMB or IWBTG. Thanks devs for such a cool game!

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FredooZ Nov 14 2012, 3:53am said:

God, it's a so great game. I play since... a lot of hours, and it's crazy how non-annoying it is. "Simple" gameplay serve by a lovely retro-style graphics & musics and a very good level-design.
Clearly one of my very favourite indies games of the year with Hotline Miami and Dustforce.

Take that medal, sirs.

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stinkytaco Nov 10 2012, 6:24pm said:

Nice animations... nice graphics, and nice sounds....

First indie platformer to "nail it" 10/10

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Sobtanian Oct 14 2012, 6:02am said:

Despite 100% completion on 3DS, I've just bought this for PC cos it's that good!

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Mr_Steam Sep 7 2012, 6:58am said:

Arrived here from a Desura email. Graphics look good in the main picture but the background mechanic seems a bit meh and is really tiny in the video. Looks like a Gameboy Advance game.

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Kuruku Sep 3 2012, 9:55pm said:

It looks like we have our first faked score on the leaderboard. Either they're cheating or hacking, or perhaps it was an accidental glitch, but onekey has achieved a physically impossible score of 00:00:00:01 on Level 1-2.

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mgambrell Sep 4 2012, 7:08pm replied:

Thanks for noticing. If onekey cheated it on there, then I salute his skills and thank him for keeping his enthusiasm contained. But I'm not sure what's up with it yet. In the meantime, I have restored the natural order of things.

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Isabevia Sep 3 2012, 9:04pm said:

I am enjoying this game but it would be nice if there was a 16:9 ratio (and 16:10) while keeping things proportional for 16:9 monitors (and 16:10) in full-screen so that the game would feel more immersive since it is based on jumping in and out of the different layers. Keeping proportions with black bars on the screen while in full-screen takes away from the game in my opinion.

I know there is a way to make it full-screen by losing the correct proportions (since it stretches a 4:3 to a 16:9 ratio or 16:10 in full-screen), but it would be much nicer to maintain the proportions. I own the 3DS version also and since it is 5:3 ratio (3DS upper screen) and based on making you immersed into the different layer dimensions, then it would make sense to make a 16:9 (and 16:10) options available to not lose that immersion.

Though I do appreciate that the game has been ported to PC and the blur effect is well done.

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gamepopper Sep 2 2012, 7:45am said: Online

Wow this is on PC? Nice, now I can decide between this and the 3DS version (when it comes out in Europe).

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Kuruku Aug 31 2012, 8:29pm said:

I want to give a special shout-out to Jamtin. I don't know if you're reading this, but at the moment, you are my greatest rival! Welcome to the Grannie club, dude! I've beaten all sixty stages, now come meet me at the top! Keep challenging my records and have fun! :D

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