Super Meat Boy’s spinoff is clearly inspired by a classic Sega game

Super Meat BoyIs getting a spinoff title Dr. Fetus’ Mean Meat Machine. This game is a combination of match-4 puzzle-gameplay and high-difficulty gameplay. Super Meat BoyThis is what it’s well known for. This game can also be referred to as another. Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine, which was Sega’s rebrand of Puyo Puyo inspired by Sonic the Hedgehog.

This game will be available in the 2023 window for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. It will also be available on Windows PCs, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Xbox One, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.

The trailer teases the premise, and the game’s There are many of usThis animation shows Dr. Fetus as the antagonist. Super Meat BoyFlipping large switches in a lab. Then it cuts to the gameplay. It looks a lot like Puyo Puyo except that it has the cartoony style of Super Meat Boy. It’s also filled with hazards. You’ll be trying to line up red, yellow, purple, and green lumps of flesh as you evade threats like buzzsaws, ghost enemies, and chainsaws.

According to a description of the game on the publisher’s website, it will take place immediately after the events of Super Meat Boy Forever. Over the 100-levels of the game, animations and backgrounds will be included.

Puyo Puyo is a game where players place falling blocks to make matching combinations that will score them points. Dr. Fetus’ Mean Meat Machine isn’t just Headup Development’s take on a Puyo Puyo-style game, though — it also references another spinoff, Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine. The 1993 Sega Genesis game was, in turn, Sega’s take on a Puyo Puyo game inspired by Sonic The Hedgehog.

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