The game stars Max, who must spoil an invasion by destroying the Mudds. The platformer was first released on the Nintendo 3DS back in January and then later found its way on the PC.
An iOS version of the game will also be released this week, which will feature the original 40 levels and DLC content that includes 20 more hard stages.
Renegade Kid is now an authorized Wii U developers, as stated by Watsham himself some time ago. According to the co-ounder, profits from Steam sales have “the potential of bringing some much needed funds into Renegade Kid, which will go straight into the development of games. I would like to put the majority of our future development efforts into the 3DS eShop and Wii U eShop titles.”