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 .
"An interesting thing happened in the midst of chaos," said McMillen. "We were like 'How can we finish (Super Meat Boy Forever)? We have to finish this, and I don't know what I'm doing.' That was around the time we realized we could release Meat Boy on other platforms, too. So it was kind of like this change of perspective in a way. What we talked about was possibly working on a sequel, and it's something that I like a lot."
"There were aspects of Forever that were moves that Meat Boy did...that we were prototyping that felt like they could be better used in a sequel. The future of Meat Boy is definitely up in the air, but a sequel is something that I wouldn't be opposed to doing even though we both said that we wouldn't do it."
Fans of anthropomorphic slices of flesh might want to temper their excitement; McMillen's words don't confirm that a sequel is in the works, and Team Meat is well known for announcingand then putting them on the backburner in favour of new ideas.