Both developed in part By Edmund McMillin, comparisons between The End Is Nigh and Super Meat Boy are inevitable.
1 / 8
Players take control of Ash, a little blob of goo hellbent on finding a friend for the apocalypse.
2 / 8
Though it's lighthearted on the surface, The End is Nigh is every bid as twisted as McMillin's other works.
3 / 8
The End Is Nigh is much slower and more methodical than other platformers of its ilk.
4 / 8
Much like Meat Boy, The End Is Nigh has an addicting, just-one-more-try draw which will captivate players.
5 / 8
The game is fiendishly difficult at parts, demanding the player to learn and adapt as they go.
6 / 8
Despite its insane difficulty, The End Is Nigh is an absolute blast which most players will want to check out.
7 / 8