Before Super Mario Maker let gamers create some of the most fiendishly difficult platforming levels in existence, Super Meat Boy existed to fill that gap in the market. Team Meat, the game’s creators, have now hinted that they may also be bringing the game to Wii U.
Super Meat Boy was released on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita this month and, as part of an official blog thanking everyone who made the port possible, the developers made the following remark: “To the fan’s we’re still excluding I’ll leave you with this: Wii haven’t forgotten about U.”
The combination of “Wii” and “U” seems to be a not so subtle hint that a Wii U version of the game is in the works. No other information was released beyond that, though, so we have no idea when to expect it or how much it will cost. For now, it is good to hear that any Wii U owners who have yet to play this devilishly difficult platformer may still have a chance to.
Super Meat Boy was originally released on Xbox 360 and PC in 2010 and was critically well-received. The main antagonist in the game, “Dr. Fetus,” also made a cameo in a piece of DLC released for Bit.Trip Presents Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien, which we declared a masterpiece back when it was released in 2013.
Are you excited by the idea of Super Meat Boy on Wii U or have you been cut to pieces too many times already while playing the game? Let us know in the comments below.