Super Meat Boy is Coming to Switch

One the greatest indie platformers of 2010 is leaping its way onto the Switch.

August 10, 2017

Critically-acclaimed platformer Super Meat Boy is making its way onto the Nintendo Switch. The announcement was made on the developer’s official Twitter account yesterday evening.

Originally released in 2010 Super Meat Boy is a platform game; players assume the role of the titular character whose appearance is a small, dark red, cube-shaped and must defeat the evil scientist Dr. Fetus and save his girlfriend, Bandage Girl. With over 300 levels to play through, the game is divided up into chapters; to complete each stage, players must reach the end of the level while avoiding crumbling blocks, saw blades, and various other lethal obstacles crossing your path.

Upon its release, Super Meat Boy was well received by critics, praising the game’s retro-inspired visuals, controls, and soundtrack. The most notable feature of the game was the traditional gameplay and difficulty similar to NES platform games like Ghost and Goblins.

If you would like to see more of the game, be sure to check out the game’s official trailer, our review on the PC version of the game as well as the official website. Currently, Super Meat Boy for the Switch does not have a release date. However, the game is available now on Android, Mac, Linux, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360 and Wii-U.

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Taylor Lyles

Taylor Lyles is a staff writer at DualShockers. She specializes in gaming hardware, eSports, virtual reality, new releases and upcoming titles. Born and raised in Maryland, Taylor is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Legal Studies from Stevenson University. In her free time, she enjoys playing lacrosse, going fishing, studying Fallout lore, and may or may not have an unhealthy obsession with the Dead Rising series.

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