Edmund McMillen of Team Meat has just announced that he and Tommy Refenes are hard at work on their follow-up to Super Meat Boy. It's about cats.
Mew-Genics was conceived during a game jam session, but the duo felt it had potential as a full-blown project. Aside from the teaser image above and the news that levels will be randomly generated, there are no other details right meow. Not even a target platform.
Development is speeding along, so more info ought to trickle down soon.
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