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Tuesday, 03 April 2012 07:10

iOS to get Super Meat Boy

Written by David Stellmack

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Not a port of the Xbox 360 hit

Team Meat has confirmed that they are bringing an all new Meat Boy game to iOS. The new game will be called Super Meat Boy: The Game, and it will mean an all-new version of the game that will use a touch-controlled scheme designed for iOS devices.

The game is not a port of the Xbox Live Arcade game that became so popular, nor the PC version. This is because of the “twitch” style controls that require a level of precision not really  possible on a touch screen device. The developers believed that because of this fact a direct port would have been garbage.

Since the game isn’t a port, the iOS version will feature new art and sound. Team Meat did not announce an intended release date for the iOS version beyond confirming that the game was in development.


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