Super Meat Boy Summary
Super Meat Boy creator claims EA fired Plants Vs Zombies designer for objecting to Pay-To-Win [UPDATE: May Only Be Partially True]
Edmund McMillen, the creator of Super Meat Boy, says that EA fired Plants Vs Zombies creator George Fan for refusing to help turn the sequel into a Pay-To-Win mobile title.
Now what Team Meat'shas released deeply weird police line-up game Fingered, he's returning his attention back to loveable Meat Boy. "Super Meat Boy Forever is back in development again and is my primary project at this point now that Afterbirth is basically complete on my end and Fingered is out," he . "Mew is on hold till after Forever is out, the only target release is, 'When it's done.'"
In an interview, Team Meat's Edmund McMillen revealed that the adventures of the heroic Meat Boy may not end with the upcoming touch-based spin-off .
Team Meat, the two chaps behind indie smash Super Meat Boy, are working on a new game, titled A Voyeur For September. Judging by a newly released trailer... it could be about anything, really. Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes had previously been working on offbeat cat-breeding game Mew-Genics (best title), but last month they revealed that project while they worked on something new.
Tommy Refenes of Team Meat has posted a lengthy blog explaining why apathy and refunds "are more dangerous than piracy." There's no way to accurately calculate losses to piracy, so how is DRM effective? Having a digital copy pirated "does not equate to money being taken out of my pocket," says Refenes. He doubts companies have really investigated these 'losses' and just given knee jerk reactions.