Awhile ago we reported on a mobile version of the rather challenging platformer Super Meat Boy was in the works. However, shortly after that news came out, things ended up going silent on that front. As it turns out, indie dev Edmund McMillen took a break from development after working on his PC game Fingered. Now he’s back in action and focused on finishing Super Meat Boy Forever, the mobile spin-off of Super Meat Boy.
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The developers behind Super Meat Boy have announced their newest project which happen to be a mobile game going by the name of Mew-Genics. This particular game will features cats… lots and lots of cats in a game that hey are labeling as a ‘cat lady sim’ type of game. Needless to say this is both awesome and horribly terrifying at the same time, especially if you have a fear of cats. That would make this game your personal hell.
If there is one thing you can count on when it comes to the developers on Team Meat it is that you can always expect them to be straight up with their opinions about anything they talk about. This is true for other developers as well but as of late Team Meat seems to be voicing their opinion a lot.
New information about Team Meat’s upcoming mobile version of their hit platformer called Super Meat Boy. While the original game is more of a twitch-based style of gameplay in a platformer format, the mobile version of Super Meat Boy will play out more like a Canabalt type of game.
Not too long ago word got out that Team Meat were considering bringing Super Meat Boy to mobile devices, stating that it would be coming to “iOS and more” in terms of platforms which usually means Android as well. Today we have some new information and the first picture of what Super Meat Boy: The Game could look like for mobile devices.
Team Meat has come out to give a few more details on what exactly the touch version of Super Meat Boy, their incredible challenging platformer for XBLA, will entail if it comes to life. We say ‘if’ it comes to life mainly because if Team Meat isn’t happy with the results, they will scrap it and move on.
It is Wednesday today, hump day if you will, and to start things off on a good footing it seems as though Team Meat, the developers behind the awesome platformer for XBLA called Super Meat Boy, are not hinting at a mobile version of the game and yes, it would be coming to Android.