The studio behind Super Meat Boy has revealed that it's planning to follow up its ace indie platformer with a 3DS title.
After re-affirming that the WiiWare version of Super Meat Boy had been scrapped during a presentation at the Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco today, co-CEO Tommy Refenes announced that Team Meat has a 3DS dev kit and plans to use it.
On what? He wasn't saying, but a handheld version of Super Meat Boy wasn't ruled out.
"We do have a 3DS dev kit. We will be working on something on the 3DS in the future. We don't know if it's going to be Meat Boy," he explained.
"If it feels right to do 3DS Meat Boy, we'll do 3DS Meat Boy. If it doesn't, we'll do something else, and we'll try and make it super-awesome."
The rock hard jumper launched on PC and Xbox Live Arcade late last year to glowing reviews.
"Super Meat Boy starts out as just another indie game that revels in driving you crazy," wrote Eurogamer's Tom Bramwell during his 9/10 write-up, "but you end up crazy in love."
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