Super Meat Boy Is Leaping to the Switch

At last, all of developer Edmund McMillen's major games will be on the platform.

News by Caty McCarthy, .

It seems developer Edmund McMillen is inching closer to having a complete set on the Nintendo Switch after the release of The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ and the recent release of his newest game The End is Nigh. Yet on the Switch, one game of McMillen's library has eluded release. That is, until now.

Team Meat's classic platformer Super Meat Boy is heading to the portable-home hybrid console. Though no other details have been announced yet—a release window for instance—Team Meat tweeted a picture today showing the game running on the console. So hopefully, players won't have to wait too long to play the intense platformer again.

Super Meat Boy is also available on PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Wii U. (So nearly everywhere.)

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  • Avatar for Roto13 #1 Roto13 7 months ago
    Indie developers certainly like to port their successful games to every single platform until the end of time.
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  • Avatar for qwilman #2 qwilman 7 months ago
    @Roto13 there are worse things to do than make games available to play
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  • Avatar for Jonnyboy407 #3 Jonnyboy407 7 months ago
    @qwilman agreed. I actually like that games are made available across generations. Gives new players easy access.

    As long as it doesn't muck up the works too much for putting out new content.

    I may be the only person in the world who did not care for Meatboy. Didn't do it for me
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