Super Meat Boy has slipped, squished, and
wall jumped his way past the million unit sales mark, according to
his creators at Team Meat.
Today, the studio tweeted its protein
packed hero launched past the milestone in December 2011, writing,
“Fun Fact: Super Meat Boy past the million sales mark last month!
Created by Team Meat's Edmund McMillen
and Tommy Refenes, Super Meat Boy made its debut on the Xbox 360 in
2010 as part of a GameFeast XBLA promotion, and was later ported to
PC and Mac. In the year and a half since its release, the squishy
platformer has garnered considerable attention for the two-man
studio, generating strong reviews, industry awards, numerous
expansions, and even a Super Tofu Boy parody by People for the
Ethical Treatment of Animals (aka PETA).
It's latest anniversary sale on Steam,
and its appearance in the hugely popular Humble Indie Bundle 4, are
likely what helped it slip through the million sales milestone.