top of page

The Explosive Match-4 Puzzler Dr. Fetus’ Mean Meat Machine Out Now


Gothenburg, Sweden - June 22nd, 2023 - Thunderful, Headup and Team Meat are excited to announce their highly anticipated meat-mincing puzzler Dr. Fetus’ Mean Meat Machine is out now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC (Steam, GOG, Epic Games Store), at a base price of $9.99 / €9.99 minus a 10% launch discount. A demo is available on all PC platforms.


Mean Meat Machine brings the hardcore challenge Super Meat Boy is best known for to this one-of-a-kind blend of puzzle and intense action gameplay filled to the brim with buzzsaws, missiles and a whole host of other deadly hazards that the nefarious Dr. Fetus has cooked up in his lab.

The events of Dr. Fetus’ Mean Meat Machine take place right after Super Meat Boy Forever. After meticulously analyzing Meat Boy, the nefarious Dr. Fetus now has all the data he needs to create the perfect Meat Boy clone! There’s just one problem: The DNA sample he’s collected isn’t a perfect specimen, which in turn yields some…less than perfect clones. Dr. Fetus’ solution is to create a bunch of ruthless test chambers to weed out the crap clones from the good ones. The specimens start out looking nothing like Meat Boy, but over time that grotesquely lovable face that Dr. Fetus hates so much, starts to emerge. Perfect clones are just on the horizon…


Puzzle your way through familiar Super Meat Boy and Super Meat Boy Forever locations like the picturesque forest, the hospital, and salt factory with dazzling backgrounds and animations created by the original Super Meat Boy Forever artists, as well as a wonderful soundtrack by RIDICULON. There are over 100 masterfully hand-crafted levels filled with creative traps and hazards for you to beat and, if you can survive this hardcore take on a classic formula, you’ll be confronted by an epic boss fight at the end of each world to offer the ultimate challenge.


“Grab your buzzsaw and get messy as Dr. Fetus’s Mean Meat Machine is out now.”, said Team Meat co-founder Tommy Refenes. “Match 4 puzzle games don’t normally have saws, but that’s why this game f***ing rules! People are going to have a great time trying to group clones together to create matches while dodging the obstacle hell we’ve designed for them. I can’t wait for everyone to play it!”


4 views0 comments
bottom of page