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Team Meat, creators of the ridicolously difficult Super Meat Boy side-scroller has revealed that their top secret project, A Voyeur for September, is actually an auto-runner Super Meat Boy.

Titled Super Meat Boy Forever, the game will follow in the footsteps of the original with the classic rectangular meat as he races through levels. Along the way, players avoid saws and hop over gaps by touching the game's screen. Precision control exists in the game through a new ducking mechanic; when you're in the air and you duck, you also fall more quickly to land on different platforms.

Speaking with Polygon, co-founder Tommy Refenes noted that this isn't "a little iOS throwaway game." Refenes promises that Super Meat Boy Forever will be a full-fledged game, heading to PC and tablets sometime next year.

"There's a certain flavor to iOS games where it's just enough and there's not a real complete, cohesive experience. [Super Meat Boy Forever is] going to have cutscenes and bosses. It's going to feel like an actual game and not a time-waster. There are tons of iOS games that aren't time wasters. But most of the little platforms and auto-runners are gimicky and strange, whereas we want to give you a challenge."



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