Super Meat Boy’s first day of sales on the Nintendo Switch were apparently “shockingly close” to how the game performed when it was originally released on Xbox 360 back in 2010 according to the game’s developer.
Super Meat Boy’s challenging platforming and hidden secrets have turned it into a popular game for speedrunning. A new method for detecting cheaters now suggests that some famous runs might not be what they appear to be.
You might remember that Team Meat, two-man studio behind uber-tough platformer Super Meat Boy, was working on a mad science cat breeding sim, Mew-Genics. Moral of the story? Cats are gross, but awwww kitty! Now, though, it's on hold in favor of a new Meat Boy game—for phones (and Steam).
The first footage (of sorts) from Team Meat's upcoming cat breeding sim explores the miracle of kitten birth with 100 percent scientific accuracy, give or take a couple dozen percent.
Game creators who have tried Valve's unusual new game controller tell Kotaku that the device holds a lot of promise. But make no mistake, they also say it feels pretty different from what we're used to.
Team Meat's Edmund McMillen emailed out the first-ever trailer for Mew-Genics in the wee hours of the morning, and while he admits it's a bit of a tease—nope, no gameplay yet—he does hope it will convey something about the upcoming Super Meat Boy follow-up. Specifically it's that it has something to do with cats, I…
When the creators of Super Meat Boy were approached by a Hollywood guy who said their game would make for a great movie, they thought they smelled a scam. Who knows what the script-shopper really had in mind, but being clowned for nearly an hour in a Skype conference (audio above) probably wasn't a goal.
You're on the internet, so you must love cats. It's the law. Though, even if you don't love cats with the obsessive fixation of a crazy cat lady, perhaps there's still something for you in Team Meat's upcoming Mew-Genics? I mean, it's Pokemon meets Animal Crossing plus a pinch of Tamagotchi and a dash of The Sims.…
When Team Meat set out to create a Super Meat Boy version for touchscreen mobile devices, creators Tommy Refenes and Edmund McMillen vowed they wouldn't just slap a virtual gamepad on the thing and do some half-assed port of their downloadable hit for PC and Xbox 360.
The official - and tiny - Super Meat Boy figurines from Voxelous and Team Meat have been revealed. Just two inches high, they're $12 each (plus $3.49 shipping for one, $3.99 for two or more). The first set includes Meat Boy, Bandage Girl, Brownie and the pathetic Tofu Boy.
You thought playing Super Meat Boy was hard? Because making the notoriously difficult indie platformer sounds like pure hell, according to a Super Meat Boy post mortem that lays out what went right (fun design environment, Steam) and what went wrong (financial drain, Xbox Live Arcade).
When last we heard from Super Meat Boy's plans for the Wii, the game simply couldn't be squeezed into the size limitations imposed on WiiWare titles. The game's creators tried to line up a publisher for a retail release, but have now given up, finding none.
Super Meat Boy is a 2D game with relatively simple graphics. That's what it looks like, at least. This action-packed fan film by Joseph Manalaysay captures what beating one of the game's brutal levels feels like.
No, мать зовет is not "MEAT BOY" in Cyrillic. A famous piece of World War II propaganda was the inspiration for the winning box art submission for Super Meat Boy's lone retail release, in родина - Russia. Large size inside.
Russia will be the first country to score a retail release for the PC version of super Meat Boy, and creator Edmund McMillen sends out this moving call for Russian-inspired cover art. Good thing he's okay with the Cold War.
The creators of PC and Xbox 360 hit Super Meat Boy have aborted the game's WiiWare release, saying they're unable to fit a quality version of the game under the size limit Nintendo imposes on titles for the download service.
Super Meat Boy is a savagely difficult platformer, and those old-school bonafides gave artist TheInfamousTheft the inspiration for this rad Nintendo Power-style beat guide to The Guy's three levels, which unlock The Kid. Spoilers? Maybe. Big size on the jump.
Gloating that he goaded People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals into making a flash-game free advertisement for indie hit Super Meat Boy, the game's co-creator followed up with an unlockable Super Tofu Boy character for the game's PC version.