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Super Meat Boy dev teases 'A Voyeur for September'

Sinan Kubba, @sinankubba
August 19, 2014
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What to make of this, hmm? Super Meat Boy and Mew-Genics studio Team Meat is teasing a new "live-action stealth game" called A Voyeur for September, which in and of itself is a bit weird. Let's face it, live-action stealth... whatever that is... would be a seismic departure from what we're used to from the team of Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes.

Is there another explanation? Smarty-pants online sleuths reckon so, having discovered A Voyeur for September just so happens to be an anagram of Super Meat Boy Forever. That does sound more plausible, although we've discovered the title's also an anagram of Tea Proves Beefy Rumor. Does that mean the answer's in the tea? Somebody, put the kettle on!

Check out Team Meat's mysterious teaser trailer below the break.




Things should come to a boil at PAX Prime towards the end of the month, where A Voyeur for September is due to be showcased. According to the PAX listing, it's coming to PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android... and "physical..." In the words of a famous pet detective, alrighty then.
[Image: Team Meat]





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