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Bloody good Super Meat Boy gameplay montage


1:00 PM on 05.09.2010



Since Super Meat Boy was first announced, it's inspired two comic books, plenty of stuffed "animals", and an educational series of posts on game design, among other things. The US army even sent the game's developers a flag. Not bad for a game that hasn't even been released yet.

This new video shows us a lot of new stuff, including the game's first boss fight, some new enemies, environmental hazards, music, and cut scenes. Can you spot the reference to one of the best action/puzzle games ever released on the NES? Here's a hint; the star of the game has fought Kirby before, but has never appeared in a Smash Bros. game.

First person who guesses right gets a special reward, which will probably just be a comment that includes a pic of a giant hamburger or something.






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