Super Meat Boy Parodied By PETA

A while back PETA made a Cooking Mama parody Cooking Mama: Mama Kills Animals. This time around PETA is picking on team meat by parodying their latest game Super Meat Boy with as much grace as they did last time. Super Tofu Boy is their parody in which bandage girl decides to go out with Tofu Boy instead of Meat Boy and Meat boy steals her. It’s essentially the same game with terrible controls. Edmund McMillen, creator of Super Meat Boy, responded on the blog at Supermeatboy.com.

He said “Putting all my cards on the table right now, I actually repeatedly made fake user names in Peta’s forum pushing the game at them in hopes something like this would happen” and “First off I want to thank Peta for helping us turn Super Meat Boy into a house hold name and of course for making themselves look quite foolish in the process… see (as mentioned in countless interviews) Meat Boy isn’t made of animal meat, he’s simply a boy without skin whos name is Meat Boy.” He seems pretty happy with the whole situation and has even added Tofu Boy as an unlockable character in the steam version. He can’t even make it past the first level.

You can read his full response here.

Also if you really want to here’s a link to the game.

9 thoughts on “Super Meat Boy Parodied By PETA”

  1. Hey PETA, if you actually want to help animals then maybe you should spend less time freaking out about video game titles and more time BUILDING AND MAINTAINING ANIMAL SHELTERS AND SUPPORTING CONSERVATION EFFORTS.

    Not linking to the horrifying articles about what PETA ACTUALLY does to the animals they adopt because it’s way too infuriating and depressing.

    1. How bout not being completley against animal testing. Who are we supposed to test on.

      Man. I don’t want to get to crazy off video games here. But Boy. Do I hate PETA.

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