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Team Meat revealed their plans to release a Linux version of their game Super Meat Boy.

Posted by joeka on Mar 7th, 2011

Asked on twitter if they are planning to release a Linux version of their popular game Super Meat Boy sometimes in the future, Team Meat responded with a simple and clear

TeamMeat wrote:yes

Super Meat Boy is a platform game with a lovable retro art style and (warning) high difficulty.
But it was generally well received by reviewers because of - and not despite - this.

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linux-gamer-91 Mar 8 2011, 11:49am says:

Looks very good.

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mxtomek Mar 9 2011, 1:23am says:

SMB on linux -> nice
i hope the xbox 360 wired controller wil work on linux

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joeka Mar 9 2011, 5:41am says:

I think it should work out of the box.
There are howtos to even make the wireless controllers work.

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MrCal3x Mar 9 2011, 7:51am says:

I haven't play this game on the X360 but I will buy play this on my Ubuntu. ^_^

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Protektor Jun 18 2011, 5:10am says:

I am running Ubuntu (10.10 and 11.04) and it recognized my Xbox 360 wireless controller out of the box. I didn't need to do anything special at all.

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intgr Aug 16 2011, 1:41pm says:

However, will it be on Desura?

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Tarvitz Oct 26 2011, 4:47pm says:

with great pleasure would buy if it shall be on desura.
However i got steam one

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Inuboy1000 Jul 10 2013, 11:25pm says:

Awesome. Great to see Linux gamers getting some love.

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