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Co-Creator of Team Meat, Edmund McMillen has announced plans for a new game titled Mew-Genics, which will be a game "about cats...kinda" according to the announcement on their blog. The developers who are known for the very difficult platformer Super Meat Boy, have teased the new game with a single screenshot that features a genetically mutated cat, with not much else being said.
Mew-Genics is by far the strangest project I've ever worked on.. and that's saying something. Tommy and i are very happy with how development has been going on it and decided that Mew-Genics will be the next official Team Meat game. We don't want to spoil too much here, but we can say the game will be randomly generated, strange and involve cats.

We are moving quite fast on it and should be able to start talking about platforms, more gameplay details and screen shots soon.
The team has also reassured fans of the Super Meat Boy franchise that the new Super Meat Boy (SMG:TG) is still in the works, however development has temporarily been shifted to Mew-Genics.




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