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Post by Eorl @ 08:04am 01/09/13 | 2 Comments
Initially revealed back in early 2012, developer Team Meat has unveiled a new teaser trailer to help wet your tastebuds on the their forthcoming new game, Mew-Genics, which they describe as a game that "will be randomly generated, strange and involve cats".

Currently all that's really known about Mew-Genics is that the game will feature an inordinate number of kittens. So many in fact, that no two will ever be the same. Beyond that, it's likely to be an oddball, quirky and utterly addictive game if we look at Team Meat's previous history in video game development.

Check out the teaser trailer below which offers a quirky look at wehat to expect in Mew-Genics, but also confirms a 2014 release though no specific date yet.




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carson
Posted 11:18am 01/9/13
Damn. I was hoping for it this year.

I wonder if they'll be going colour of maintaining the greyscale colours.
IVY_MiKe
Posted 01:03pm 02/9/13
lol, awesome team meat trailer!
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