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Super Meat Boy
Super Meat Boy

Apple iOS | PC | Xbox 360
Genre: Platform Players: 1 to 2
Developer: Team Meat
Publisher: Team Meat Classification: PG
Release Date:
November 2010
Monday, 2 April 2012
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:49am 02/04/12 | 5 Comments
If you haven't played the super awesome Super Meat Boy from developer, Team Meat, do yourself a favour and pick it up. I can't recommend the game to people enough.

And if you can't be bothered grabbing and playing it on Steam or Xbox Live Arcade, Team Meat has revealed they've started work on the iOS version, but that they don't plan on trying to port a "twitch platformer with precision controls" to a touch-screen device because they recognise it just wouldn't work.

"So as some of you know, we have been playing with the idea of porting SMB on the iphone for some time..." they wrote on the SMB Blog.

"Sadly, there was no way of doing this without the game becoming a pile of garbage. There was no way in hell this would work on a touch screen with buttons all over it, Super Meat Boy isn't a game we want to make a sub-par version of just to cash in...

"So, we decided to totally remake the whole game instead, from the ground up!" they added.

Check out the first screenshot of the game in its iOS development form, which looks to further embrace the awesome cut-scene art of PC/console SMB.

Friday, 6 May 2011
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:11am 06/05/11 | 2 Comments
Team Meat have sent through word they've finally dropped their promised (and much anticipated) level editor for Super Meat Boy, exclusive to Steam.

With the editor, you'll be able to create anything you've seen in-game sans Warp Zones and Bosses, as well as your own full Chapters with Par Times and even your own music. Levels are then uploaded to Super Meat World which unlocks after completing two full chapters, and your levels can then be played and voted on by the game's community at large. If you manage to put together a rad level Team Meat takes note of, you'll then be featured as part of the "Recommended Chapters" and become Super Meat World famous. Finally, the editor is free, as it should be.

The Team Meat boys also mentioned they'd be rolling out one more update on Super Meat World next week to fix a few bugs in the editor, and after that closing up PC shop, porting the game to Mac and then finally moving onto their next new IP.

Now if only they'd reset the Leaderboards and disable the pause bug that let's people rack up par times of 0.01 seconds.
Friday, 3 December 2010
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:00am 03/12/10 | 21 Comments
PETA has taken a jab at Team Meat's Super Meat Boy, creating their own browser-based parody, Super Tofu Boy. PETA have been actively dipping their protest hands into the games industry in recent years, though Team Meat are not really flinching at the parody, but are rather embracing it.

"First off I want to thank PETA for helping us turn Super Meat Boy into a household name and of course for making themselves look quite foolish in the process," said Team Meat's Edmund McMillan on their official blog. "See (as mentioned in countless interviews), Meat Boy isn't made of animal meat, he's simply a boy without skin whose name is 'Meat Boy'... but sshh don't tell them that."

Not one to take a parody on the chin, Team Meat will also be adding Super Tofu Boy to the Steam version of their critically acclaimed game to which PETA are apparently grateful, telling Digital Spy "We’re very pleased that Team Meat will be including Super Tofu Boy, Super Meat Boy’s soy protein adversary, in the Super Meat Boy video game", adding that they're "excited to see how things play out when the two meet in Team Meat’s game; but since vegetarians, on average, live longer and healthier lives than meat-eaters, our money’s on Super Tofu Boy".

My money's on Super Meat Boy.