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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

Meat Boy Map Pack
The following is a pack of the 70 best meat boy user made maps submitted by YOU over the past 2 months. Your horrible sadists all of you! but you made some awesome levels and here they are for all to play!.

As an extra bonus, we have added 8 new unlockable extras! (4 new playable characters and 4 fully animated alternate endings!) collect bandaids to unlock them all.

Facts about the game:

-The Meat boy map pack is very very Hard!
-You can skip levels by pressing esc and exiting to the level menu.
-Unlock extra characters by collecting band aids.

If you havent played meat boy before this isnt the place to start, play the origional meat boy here:
http://www.newgrounds.com /portal/view/463241

Controls:
Space = Jump and wall jump
Left and right arrows = move left and right
Ctrl = Mute

-Team Mic (Jon & Edmund)

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Its highly recommended that meat boy is played with the Xbox 360 controller using FlashJoystick.
To install FlashJoystick visit
http://flashjoystick.pill owfortgames.com/
To install mapping for this game you'll need this file.
http://flashjoystick.pill owfortgames.com/mappingfi les/meatboy.fstick
once FlashJoystick is installed, if you just hit open instead of save for the .fstick file, it'll auto load into FlashJoystick and you'll be able to play.

Special thanks to Tommy for FlashJoystick!

Reviews


Indepth-HeroIndepth-Hero

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 19, 2008

Constant?

As much as I loved the first one, this took on a great perspective of creativity. Do you have any other future plans to another Map Pack or is the franchise over and done with after the release of this one? Anyhow, fun creative maps, and a great game overall.


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micky315micky315

Rated 3 / 5 stars December 19, 2008

im sorry

im sorry but the levels were just dissapionting, your first was much beter.



Curtissx2113Curtissx2113

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 19, 2008

Awesome expansion.

I enjoyed the first game, and this is a great expansion for it. It's very challenging, and it was also enjoyable.


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StrongBadiaStrongBadia

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 19, 2008

Nice followup man.

I was afraid of this after beating the first Meat Boy... user-submitted, aka maniacally-sadistic, levels, and lots of them. Your warning in the intro is correct, as is Momhubbard below. This game is ridiculously hard, and you should go in expecting that. Otherwise, you'll see the first few levels, labeled "Easy", and be very disappointed. XD

I play until I get frustrated, to the point that it's not fun any more, then come back and play hours or a day later. Then suddenly I do a lot better. And the cycle begins again as the frustration builds on other levels. What makes them so incredibly infuriating is the pinprick sensitivity of your character. I'm sure everyone understands that. This doesn't make it a bad game... just not very enjoyable for the incurably impatient. It's like he's in outer space, and the slightest little movement sends him spiraling off that way --->

I give credit to all the map-makers. You took FULL ADVANTAGE of this, you little bastards. :D

The unlockables... well I don't know if they're all that worth it. I've managed to get N and Pico, plus one bonus ending, that's it so far. I'm not sure if I have the patience to try for that many more bandaids. I was shocked from the very beginning how the first levels were labeled "Easy" -- I still laugh at the level selection screen -- then I started to understand that they are indeed ranked in relative order of difficulty. Although, think I speak for a lot of others when I say every one of those levels could fall under "Expert" or "Impossible." My respect to those people who believe otherwise. You're better -- or more patient -- than me!

I have learned a new term today... "rage quit." XD I have stopped arguing with -- okay, yelling at -- my monitor, realizing two things: 1) it's time to do something else for a while and 2) this is still a great game!

I've seen an 8 year old perfect "One" on Guitar Hero III on Expert, so I suppose none of those levels are impossible. But I'll be damned if I can beat some of them! Good work guys.


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momhubbardmomhubbard

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 19, 2008

Why don't you all read the comnts before you play?

I have been playing this for a few days... unlocked alien hominid and alt ending 3 or whatever... that's because I stuck with it, after EXPECTING it to be diffcult... don't worry about the fact that this is an add on pack of level that people have MADE THEMSELVES and tested!

I LIKE this add on pack and I play it every day... I get a buzz and I also feel very f*cking frustrated too because the controls are so sensitive... but if you are a lazy shit and you want everything to go your way first time, then you will never overcome this by learning how to apply skill to a task.

I wanted to say well done to the creators of this and the last game... it's fun as f*ck and really keeps me occupied for hours and hours when there is nothing better to do.

Fair enough... this game is hard to control, but that's what adds to the sense of accomplishment at the end of each level.

Peeps need to chill their sh*t out, cussin and slangin game creators... no need.


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