Classic minimalist platformer Super Meat Boy is coming to Nintendo Switch.
We won't be seeing the proper launch of backwards compatibility on the Xbox One until this Autumn, but you can play around with a handful of games right now, if you're an Xbox Preview Member. That's exactly what Ian Higton has been doing. How useful!
Free-to-play mobile developers who exploit players by charging for incremental power-up and add-ons represent everything that's wrong with mobile and casual gaming today, according to Super Meat Boy studio Team Meat.
A new version of blood-soaked platformer Super Meat Boy will be released for iOS devices, developer Team Meat has revealed.
Now-renamed Super Meat Boy: The Game, the fresh incarnation will be remade "from the ground up" to rework the Xbox 360 and PC's precision controls for a touch screen interface.
Explaining the need to remake the game, Super Meat Boy designer Edmund McMillen wrote on Team Meat's blog that "there was no way in hell [the original] would work on a touch screen with buttons all over it, Super Meat Boy isn't a game we want to make a sub-par version of just to cash in".