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Headcrab and Goo confirmed for Super Meat Boy PC


5:20 PM on 11.16.2010
Headcrab and Goo confirmed for Super Meat Boy PC photo



In a lot of ways, this character-by-character unveiling of Super Meat Boy PC is starting to remind me of Nintendo's Smash Bros. DOJO!! for Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

The first of today's newcomers is Half-Life's Headcrab, which is exclusive to the Steam version, and "will stick to walls but also have more horizontal jumping power," says Team Meat. The second new character, the lovable Goo from World of Goo, is exclusive to the non-Steam PC and Mac versions of Super Meat Boy.

That leaves two characters left, and now we have their outlines. Any guesses? We also have the Steam release date: November 30. When they said it'd be out during the last week of this month, they really meant it.






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