Written by PETA
For the uninitiated, Super Meat Boy is a video game in which an anthropomorphic meatball bounces around on a mission to save his girlfriend, Bandage Girl, from the evil Dr. Fetus. PETA's new parody game, Super Tofu Boy, skewers Super Meat Boy for its limp pro-meat message.
Super Tofu Boy begins when Bandage Girl dumps Meat Boy for the irresistible Tofu Boy. (With Meat Boy's bad breath, buzzing flies, and high cholesterol, who can blame her?) After all, everyone knows that vegetarians make better lovers. Meat Boy—a vengeful, bloody cube of rotting animal flesh—doesn't take well to being dumped, so he kidnaps Bandage Girl.
You must help Tofu Boy through the Slaughterhouse, the perils of McCruelty, and the Bacon Factory to save Bandage Girl.
Bounce off walls and avoid obstacles to reach your girlfriend at the end of each level.
Watch out for flying meatballs, flames, and spinning blades along the way.
Play the game now. Just one warning: The game may not be easy, but it's addictive and fun. Enjoy!
Written by Joel Bartlett
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