Super Meat Boy - Meat Boy Avoids Deadly Salt Gameplay Movie
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- Dec 10, 2010
A salt factory presents deadly hazards.
I don't get it. It looks average at best, and surely games like this should look better than they did 20 years ago, not worse. Personally, I'd much rather fire up my SNES, Amiga or Megadrive emulator.
How in the WORLD did this get a 9.5? It's just a typical little Flash game. It looks like something you'd find on a website filled with little indie Flash games. How is this better than every PC/Console games except Super Mario Galaxy 2?
I like how he jumps on her head. He's so gooshy. That looks more frustrating than the reviews say, though.
i played this game, its soooooooo addictive but sometimes it makes you want to grab your keyboard or you joypad and smash it so hard that you cannot recognize it anymore :D
@Arcius_Azrael yes, it does not count how many times you died yet how fast you did it with that succesful try