Mew-Genics - the next game from the madcap indie duo behind Super Meat Boy - will be heading to iOS, and other platforms.
"Mew-Genics is by far the strangest project I've ever worked on… and that's saying something," explained Edmund McMillen, one half of Team Meat, on the developer's blog.
Super Hate Boy
Team Meat has an interesting history with Apple, and the App Store.
In 2010, Tommy Refenes, the 'other' half of Team Meat, put out a 99c app called Zits n' Giggles, and raised the price each time someone bought it - until the app cost $349.99.
Apple eventually pulled the app.
"I hate the platforms and I hate the stores," Refenes wrote in a heated blog post at the time. "You are more likely to see Super Meat Boy on an Android phone then [sic] you are to see Super Meat Boy on an iPhone, but you won't see it on any phone because a phone is not a generic gaming platform."
Kiss and make up
It looks like the Team Meat boys have warmed to iOS since then, though. Not only is Mew-Genics heading to the App Store, but also a real version of Super Meat Boy is in the works for iPhone and iPad.
The iOS version of Super Meat Boy is on hiatus while Team Meat works on Mew-Genics. According to McMillen, "Meat Boy is still in dev. Just on hold till we squeeze this little kitten out of our loins."