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Super Meat Boy heads to Nintendo Switch in Asia & Japan on February 10th

Survive the grind in hundreds of grisly platforming challenges!

Tokyo/Hong Kong – January 28, 2021 –
Independent developer and publisher, Eastasiasoft Limited, today announced that the tough-as-nails platformer Super Meat Boy from developer Team Meat and porting specialist BlitWorks will launch on the Nintendo eShop in Japan, Hong Kong/Taiwan, and Korea on February 10th. Super Meat Boy will be available at ¥1480 / HK$108 / KRW 15,000 (all prices including tax) with a 20% launch discount for a limited time.

Since its original release in 2010, Super Meat Boy has won numerous awards and has often been listed among the greatest video games of all time. Played by millions around the world, it’s especially noteworthy for memorable art and music, clever level design, tight controls and immensely challenging gameplay. Now, with its arrival on Nintendo Switch, Super Meat Boy gains a brand new way to play with friends or family. In RACE MODE, players face off to see who can get through stages the fastest, with a wide variety of settings to make each competition unique.

Super Meat Boy has been localized in a large number of languages, including Japanese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean for Asia region.

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About Super Meat Boy

Super Meat Boy is a tough-as-nails platformer where you play as an animated cube of meat who's trying to save his girlfriend (who happens to be made of bandages) from an evil fetus in a jar wearing a tux. Our meaty hero will leap from walls, over seas of buzz saws, through crumbling caves and pools of old needles. Sacrificing his own wellbeing to save his damsel in distress.

Super Meat Boy brings the old school difficulty of classic titles and streamlines them down to essential twitch reflex platforming. Ramping up difficulty from hard to soul-crushing, Super Meat Boy will drag Meat boy though haunted hospitals, salt factories and even hell itself. And if 300+ single player levels weren't enough, Super Meat Bot also throws in epic boss fights, tons of unlockable secrets, warp zones and hidden characters!

And now coming first to Nintendo Switch™ is a brand new way to play Super Meat Boy with your friends. Introducing "RACE MODE"! In this 2-player split screen race, friends (or enemies) can compete against each other through individual chapters, randomized levels, or the entire game! Choose light world, dark world, or both and have at it. Side effects may include: elevated heartbeat, severe anxiety, hubris, and schadenfreude.


  • Overcome 300+ bite-sized challenges in meat-die-repeat style!
  • Retry levels as many times as necessary.
  • Take down big bad bosses!
  • Unlock hidden playable characters.
  • Discover warp zones and other secrets!
  • Race against friends in new multiplayer modes.

About eastasiasoft

Eastasiasoft Limited is an independent, Hong Kong–based developer and publisher of interactive entertainment specializing in video games and related media. Founded in 2007, eastasiasoft has published a diverse variety of titles in digital and physical format. Eastasiasoft is a licensed PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One publisher. Some of eastasiasoft’s recently licensed and published games are Moero Crystal H, Ghost Blade HD, Gunlord X, Sword & Fairy 6, Rainbow Skies, Rainbow Moon, and the Söldner-X franchise.

About BlitWorks

Based in Barcelona and founded in 2012, BlitWorks is a porting and digital publishing studio notorious for the outstanding quality of its ports. Recent works include the conversion of acclaimed games such as Super Meat Boy, They Are Billions, Divinity: Original Sin 2, Sonic CD, FEZ, Spelunky, Bastion and Don’t Starve to all brands of consoles and mobile platforms.

About Team Meat

Meat Boy took the world by storm in 2008 when it was conceived as a free Flash game by developers Edmund McMillen and Jonathan McEntee. This devilishly difficult love letter to arcade platformers went so viral that over 8 million people played it. Due to its popularity, Team Meat founders Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes collaborated on a commercial successor that became the 2010 megahit Super Meat Boy, which went on to sell over a million copies in its first 15 months.

For media queries, contact eastasiasoft public relations at press@eastasiasoft.com or via Twitter at @eastasiasoft (English) and @eastasiasoft_jp (Japanese).


Super Meat Boy
Press kit
Fact Sheet
10 February 2021
Action, Platform
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese
Team Meat, BlitWorks

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