Super Meat Boy confirmed to release on Nintendo Switch
As it has since its launch, Nintendo Switch has become one of the platforms that most draw the attention to independent studios to publish their creations. This time Team Meat confirmed its presence on Nintendo Switch with an important announcement.
Nintendo Switch has become one of the platforms that most draw the attention to independent studios to publish their game, and that is how Team Meat confirmed that Super Meat Boy will come to Nintendo Switch.
BlitWorks will be the company responsible for bringing the game to the console, and since the response was so good Team Meat took the opportunity to inform that the Nintendo Switch port is about the original game.
A few hours ago, the official Team Meat Twitter account unexpectedly announced that the hit indie title Super Meat Boy will also arrive on the Nintendo Switch and BlitWorks will be the company responsible for bringing the game to the console.
Immediately the response of the fans did not wait and Team Meat took the opportunity to inform that the port of Switch is about the original game, leaving in the air the possibility that Super Meat Boy Forever arrives on the Nintendo console at some point like they mentioned it a couple of months ago.
The independent game, developed by Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes, began its success story with the publication of the original title Meat Boy in 2008 on a website and years later took off with success with the version of Super Meat Boy, which reached multiple platforms and became one of the flagship games of the independent movement in the industry.
Oh by the way… pic.twitter.com/Wfg1diDSTa
— Team Meat (@SuperMeatBoy) August 9, 2017