Three more popular indie games have been announced for Nintendo Switch. Super Meat Boy, Mutant Mudds, and Inversus are all heading to Nintendo’s new console.
Super Meat Boy developer Team Meat announced the Switch version on Twitter today, posting a photo of the super-tough platformer running on Switch. Mutant Mudds creator Jools Watsham took a similar tack, tweeting out a picture of his game playing on Nintendo’s console. Neither developer has announced a release date for their respective titles just yet.
|That’s great! Everyone should experience Super Meat Boy, it’s a fantastic game. I’m sure the seven people who have yet to play it are going to love this announcement.|
|Guess I’m buying SMB for the 4th time. But I gotta have that on the go. Gonna be one of those games I can just pop into and try to top Josh in the leaderboard whenever he passes me. Might actually have a chance to 100% it too.|
|SMB is the first platformer I ever truly loved. The tight controls, killer level design and instant-restart feature kept me playing because “i just need to beat this one level” and then inevitably “i just gotta see what the next level is like”. I’ll definitely pick it up on Switch but a $10 price tag would make me bite a lot quicker than $20.|