Mutant Mudds Super Challenge – First 15 Minutes & Impressions | PS4



Mutant Mudds Super Challenge is a sequel to 2012’s original, critically praised, side-scrolling platformer Mutant Mudds. However, I don’t remember the original game being as hard as this! As a refresher for thsoe who don’t know, Mutant Mudds Super Challenge is a 2D action game with a 3D twist, letting players leap back and forth between the foreground, background and middle ground across 40 totally new levels. Equipped with a mighty cannon and jetpack, lead hero Max can run, jump, crouch, hover, shoot and use special power-ups to overcome deadly enemies, spikes, blocks, boss battles and more.

The reason this video is only about 15 minutes long is because towards the end, I got so frustrated that I quit the game. Yup. Mutant Mudds Super Challenge is crazy hard because every move you make is basically another step towards certain death. I would figure one thing out only to have another thing kill me instantly. It was roughly like this for most of my 15 minutes and 20+ some deaths. While the game is fun and certainly challenging, those with little patience will want to rage quit in no time. I’m usually pretty good about not quitting a game until the end, but oh man, this is one of the few times where I just gave up and said screw it, I’ll try again later.

What I can say about my short rage filled stint with Mutant Mudds Super Challenge is that the graphics are pretty good, in a retro sort of way as is the gameplay and overall controls. It’s just a very difficult game to master and like I said, death basically awaits you with each step.


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