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Posted on Tuesday, December 28 @ 12:32:18 Eastern by
Fancy yourself a connoisseur of box art comrade? Team Meat has got an opportunity for you.

Easily one of the highest praised downloadable games this year, Super Meat Boy is leaping to retail shelves soon, starting with a boxed PC copy of the game on Russian shelves.

Of course, downloadable games don't exactly feature box art as prominently as other physical forms of media. Team Meat is hoping to make a splash in the former USSR by having a Russian-crafted cover for their release. Here's Edmund McMillen in his own words:

 
If you're Russian, or are planning on moving and can submit an entry before January 15, check out some exact details at the link at the bottom of this post. If you're not Russian and just plain bored, you can shop together a cover for Super Meat Boy and I'll post it here in the manifesto for all your peers to see.

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