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Oct 5, 2008 | 2:29 PM EDT
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This is NOT Super Meat Boy!

Its simply the flash prototype that Super Meat Boy was based off of.
SMB, will play very differently and is 100% new.. what im saying is if you even slightly enjoy the prototype, you will LOVE SMB!

for more info on Super Meat Boy check out supermeatboy.com

-Team Meat

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FoolmoronFoolmoron

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I liked it

It's a better working version of Jumper basically

Not original in that regard, but good nonetheless


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KingThrallKingThrall

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very bold and simple, 10/10

such a simple idea of a platformer with a good physics engine and soundtrack, perfect score and great without all the extras to further distract games.... only unlockables


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oversoul55oversoul55

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Whoah!

Omg! Awesome game! Reminded me of the early platformers. loved how it was so addictive. and let's not forget, people, that the main character is made out of MEAT!!!!!!!!!! How hilarious is that? lololol
Anyways, now for sum constructive criticism...

---start of constructive criticism---

The game overall was awesome 10/10. . .5/5. The only thing i didn't like was how the last bandaid was so friggen hard to get! , and also u could've made the meat guy die in more different ways, not just get split in half, wether sliced, burned, or asalted

---End of constructive criticism---
( get it, a-SALT-ed, as in the Salt levels) ;-) ROFLMAOMFG 69
One thing i wonder. . . . . . is the guy made of beef, pork or chicken meat?



StrongBadiaStrongBadia

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good for a pound of ground chuck.

This was a pretty fun platform game.. the controls and levels were simple and it was basically all about timing and controlling yourself in the air, which got pretty tough the tighter the spaces you had to squeeze through. Momentum became the single hardest thing to manage in the later levels. Cute nod in the intro to Ghosts N Goblins. And the front page description is right, the ending was worth it, if a little disgusting. There is a clear lesson to kids: if you're going to taunt someone in front of their girlfriend and get the urge to doo-doo, for God's sake hold it in!

Only a few band-aids gave me problems, but most of the ones I missed I just didn't even notice the first time through. So going back and hunting for them level-by-level became a little annoying. To save someone else this trouble if they're just trying to unlock the last secrets like I did, here is where all the band-aids are located... there are 6 per chapter:

Chapter 1, Forest -- Levels 3, 5, 7, 9, 12, 14
Chapter 2, Factory -- Levels 3, 4, 6, 9, 11, 14
Chapter 3, Hell -- Levels 1, 2, 7, 9, 12, 15
Expert Chapter -- Levels 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10

BTW, to make things a little easier I recommend playing as Dr. Fetus once you unlock him. He's the only character who isn't made of meat, and therefore does not slide when he walks. Not to mention he doesn't leave a nasty trail of himself everywhere he goes. -_-

Overall, excellent game. I enjoyed it, even the "Hot Coffee" bonus ending. ^_^


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colintabulouscolintabulous

Rated 5 / 5 stars

meat is murder, tasty tasty murder

Thank you for a challenge aparently not enough people appreciate that!
I loved this game, took me a while to beat.
By the way the quote above needs to be on a t shirt