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Super Meat Boy Forever Now Available


The long-awaited sequel to 2010’s Super Meat Boy, Team Meat announced today that Super Meat Boy Forever is now available for the Nintendo Switch and the PC via the Epic Games Store.

This title once again puts the spotlight on Meat Boy. In a cruel twist of fate, his child Nugget has been kidnapped by the sinister Dr. Fetus. Setting out to save the day, Meat Boy, Bandage Girl, and a number of new characters will team up to rescue this kidnapped child.

New moves to the game include an oversized punch, along with slide and plummet maneuvers. Hand-crafted levels have been included, along with randomly generated ones.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Super Meat Boy Forever – Nintendo Switch Release Date

According to Team Meat co-founder and programmer Tommy Refenes

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“It seemed like this day would never come, but after over a decade Super Meat Boy has a fully fledged sequel that takes everything people loved about the original, but makes it meatier and more super. I knew I didn’t want to release a sequel that was simply more of the same, so Super Meat Boy Forever rethinks the entirety of how the game works, from the controls, to your moveset, to the new power-ups. It’s a completely different experience that still fundamentally feels like Meat Boy. And with its thousands of randomly generated challenges, you can literally play it forever!”[/testimonials]

Note that the PlayStation and Xbox versions will release in approximately one month.

Source: Press Release
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