Posts Tagged ‘edmund mcmillen’

Ed McMillen Annouces The Binding Of Isaac

By John Walker on July 16th, 2011.

It looks so safely familiar.

Edmund McMillen, and some of his team behind Super Meat Boy, has announced his next game. And it’s for PC. The Binding Of Isaac is “a roguelike shooter based on the dungeon structure of Zelda (NES)”, and is due out on Steam this August. There are more details below.

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Meat Is Murdered: Super Meat Boy Montage

By Alec Meer on May 19th, 2010.

You wouldn't catch Bowser doing that to Peach

The below three minutes of mingled in-game action, animation and blippy-bloppy music show off Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes’ upcoming Super Meat Boy perfectly. It looks clever, funny, twisted and packed with juicy giblets of visual invention. It also looks like I’ll almost certainly be unable to play it past the first few levels.
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IGF Factor 2010: Super Meat Boy

By Kieron Gillen on March 1st, 2010.

He’s a boy! He’s made of meat! He’s super! He’s Super Meat Boy! He’s up for the Audio and Grand Prize at this year’s IGF! He’s made by Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes (aka Team Meat)! We’re talking to them! Like, right now! MEAT! MEAT!
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Independents’ Day: What Is Indie?

By Alec Meer on January 22nd, 2010.

METAPHOR

This feature was originally published in PC Gamer early last Summer – I republish it here, slightly revised and updated, as it’s a few of the indie names we’ve mentioned often on RPS – 2D Boy, Solium Infernum’s Vic Davis, Edmund McMillen… – talking about what drives, defines and binds the independent development community, and why it’s on such a roll at the moment. It’s also a love letter to a form of gaming and imagineering only the PC can offer.

What is indie? It’s a term so overused, in everything from music to movies to comics and, of course, games that it’s almost lost its meaning. “Independent” is the untruncated form, of course – but, by that token, Valve are indie. Is that a term that can sit comfortably around a multi-million dollar studio that juggles multiple franchises at once? Or is indie more of a statement, a specific state and ethos, where profit and success play second fiddle to the unfettered creativity?
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Time [Love - Ed]

By Alec Meer on September 17th, 2009.

Profilic, ever-entertaining indie madperson Edmund McMillen‘s latest free game is live, this time a collaboration with one William Good. Paradoxical puzzler Time Fcuk (c’mon, you know full well how it’s supposed to be spelt) will do damage to your mind, but it will also impress it enormously.
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Hitlers Must Die! Eventually.

By Alec Meer on August 18th, 2009.

It is highly unlikely we’ll ever get bored of posting new footage of Cryptic Sea‘s upcoming Hitlers Must Die, part of their No Quarter indie-retro-sadism-mashup compilation. For one, it means we get to say “Hitlers Must Die!” again and again. For two, it looks like this…
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Loss And Panic: Time Kfcu Trailer

By John Walker on August 13th, 2009.

Well I dunno.

Edmund “Meat Boy” McMillen’s next project, if you don’t count Super Meat Boy on Wii (oh, and Hitlers Must Die), is going by the cyclical name of Time Fkuc. Created as part of the Power Of Three competition on Newsgrounds, McMillen is co-creating Time Cukf with William Good and Justin Karpel. Not a great deal is know yet, beyond McMillen’s cryptic descriptions, that it’s going to be out on the 1st September, and that which can be gleaned from the teaser trailer below.

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‘Taschendale: Hitlers Must Die! Beta Footage

By Kieron Gillen on May 19th, 2009.

Yes, I know, Paschendale was WW1. Man!

Yay! This first surfaced over on Tigsource and is clearly splendid, and on more than the much-discussed Good-Name=RPS Coverage grounds. We’ve talked about No Quarter as part of our Unknown Pleasures 2009, the Edmund McMillen/Alex Austin Cryptic Sea project of six games. This was what they were called GUN then. Now it’s called Hitlers Must Die! This is what we call progress. For surely, if the RPS readers can agree on anything, it’s on the idea that if presented with many Hitlers, offing the lot of them would be the thing to do. The above screen’s from the Hitler Must Die intro rather than the Beta footage. Its physics-heavy Hitler-annihilating action is found nestling below…
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Holidaying, Spewing

By RPS on May 4th, 2009.


It’s a national holiday here in the UK, so the Hivemind is in the “off” position. We’ll be switched back on tomorrow. In the meantime we suggest you go and play Spewer, the new platformer by Edmund McMillen and Eli Piilonen. In it you control a tiny creature that uses vomit as propellant. We think you’ll like it.

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Very Rare: Super Meat Boy Teaser

By John Walker on February 18th, 2009.

He's your cuddly, freshly killed friend.

Edmund McMillen is a very special person. RPS has been following his forays into gaming disturbia for the last year, so it’s with positive expectations that we great the gradual release of information about Super Meat Boy. The sequel to last year’s Meat Boy is planned for release on PC and Wiiware at the end of 2009, and today the first teaser has appeared. And it’s… it’s of the McMillan oeuvre. No game footage yet, but certainly something worth a watch. It’s below.

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Point And Click And Click: AVGM

By John Walker on February 2nd, 2009.

Around the midway stage.

For their contribution to the first Global Game Jam, in which thousands of people made games in 48 hours this weekend, Edmund McMillen and Tyler Glaiel paired up once more to create AVGM. It’s possibly important to note the game carries the following warnings: “Excessive Nudity, Excessive Violence, Explicit Audio, Mild Text, Explicit Adult Themes”. Although only the most puritanical of people would take a great deal of offence. Screenshot espousing this content, and more details, below.

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