First Game Of PS Plus October 2015 Lineup has been revealed, it's Super Meat Boy for PS4 and PS Vita. Also, PS Plus owners should not have high hope for Vote To Play feature because Sony clarified it's not a regular feature.
Level Editor for Super Meat Boy is now available on Steam, Team Meat just a while ago announced. With this Level Editor players can do lots of things for example, uploads new levels to Super Meat Boy world which is playable by other members of the community, minus bosses and warp zones, create full new chapters with custom titles, music and par times and many more.
To launch Level Editor on Steam, all gamers need to do go to Tools and select SMB level editor (1 MB in size).
“We always wanted to release a basic level editor, but the idea started to balloon when we decided to buy servers and program a fully automated level portal (Super Meat World) to support these levels as a bonus chapter for the PC version,” said Edmund McMillien. “We will be doing one more update to SMW next week adding a few missing features and fixing up a couple editor bugs.
Lace Mamba Global has officially confirmed today Super Meat Boy Ultra Edition will be launched in Europe.
According to the details revealed, this special edition of Super Meat Boy, will be launched in UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy, Spain, Scandinavia, and the Benelux countries.
Jason Codd said, “Super Meat Boy is an absolute crazy phenomenon on the internet. The game has sold far more than 400,000 copies already online, and there is a special boxed edition available in the US, so we expect there to be a huge demand for a similar retail edition in the territories we’re serving”,
Price and bonus contents details related to Super Meat Boy Ultra Edition will be announced in coming days. At present it is slated to release in Q3 2011 for PC.
Guys if you are among one of those waiting for Wii release of Super Meat Boy then its a bad news for you, the long awaited Super Meat Boy for Wii has been canceled, a packaged Wii launch is no longer on the cards. The news was confirmed by Edmund McMillen on Team Meat blog.
Edmund McMillen wrote, “We really tried hard to make this happen but not one publisher we talked to thought a retail budget title for the Wii would be profitable at this point in the Wiis life cycle,”