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Available now on Steam.
PS4 version planned next.
Costs $40 at both retail and the eShop.
After Apple initially rejected it.
Afterbirth+ DLC slated for PC this year, along with an iOS port.
UPDATE: Described as "a Mega Man / Isaac-like, but a platformer with really tight controls."
UPDATE: Mew-Genics is "not gunna happen" in the next few years.
Dev claims fan speculation about missing content was off the mark.
New details from Afterbirth emerge.
The original game is getting a free Hard mode.
Dev wants the community to suggest item effects.
After Nintendo rejected it due to "questionable religious content" in 2012.
Includes The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, SteamWorld Dig and Luftrausers.
Here's six seconds of it running on Nintendo hardware.
"A great majority of my games were made with him laying his head on my right arm."
Can now tweet again.
Don't Starve due in "early January."
The de-make's unlockable Mystery Man detailed.
Not keen on future consoles, but will develop for Nintendo if Super Meat Boy could join Super Smash Bros.
Humble Indie Bundle 7 arrives with The Binding of Isaac, Closure, Shank 2, Snapshot, Indie Game: The Movie and more.
Celebrate the holiday with McMillen's biblical story of a small child.
Officially approved by Ed McMillen.
Will feature local only co-op.
To contain a new expansion, local co-op and 16-bit graphics.
Super Meat Boy and Binding of Isaac creator talks blood, guts, genitals, Indie Game: The Movie, and why the Bible influenced his violent streak. Also, poop.
"Maybe its time to bring this thing to console ;)"
Loads of games discounted in display of developer control.
Ghoulish launch trailer for meaty expansion.
Masses of new content for bonkers Zelda riff.
"We are not at all on bad terms with Nintendo."
Due to "questionable religious content".
Swish collector's set includes poster, devzine, OST.
The Wrath of the Lamb fleshes out PC curio.
It may have lacked innovation, but the breadth of experiences made 2011 a year to savour.
Oh man Isaac at this.
From Team Meat's McMillen.
The Binding of Isaac out next month.