PC, Switch

Long before indie games and mobile apps became the market tendency, Super Meat Boy was the exception-to-the-rule indie darling that proceeded from Newgrounds Flash game to multi-console hit. The game came into consoles on Xbox 360 via the Xbox Live Arcade amassing well-over 100,000 players in the first few weeks. And while the Xbox 360 release of the game has been one of the most significant launches for programmer Team Meat, it appears that Nintendo Switch gave it a run for its money eight decades after.

News comes by means of Team Meat’s official Twitter, in which they disclosed the “Switch first day revenue came surprisingly close to [Super Meat Boy’s] debut on Xbox 360 back in 2010″:

While Team Meat didn’t go into details on the sales amounts, they did go so Far as agreeing that Nintendo Switch is (currently) the more favorable ecosystem for Cartoon games, yet gave ample warning regarding continuous curation of articles:

And besides discussing the game’s early victory on Nintendo Switch, Team Meat delved farther in re-confirming a physical copy of Super Meat Boy for Nintendo Switch — in case you were carrying out for that.

Of course, when you’re not a Nintendo Switch proprietor there’s other good news on the horizon. Even though the game itself is nearing a decade old, Team Meat had incorporated a fresh  RACE MODE that allowed for two-player, split-screen activity. And while this manner is still exclusive for the Nintendo Switch, PC players could expect to see an update bringing this feature in the near future:

Super Meat Boy is now available for Nintendo Switch, alongside PC, PS4, PlayStation Vita, along with elderly consoles. Team Meat is additionally releasing Super Meat Boy Forever for both Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, along with Xbox One, along with the team is hoping that the success of that game will let them purchase Notch’s house.

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