Super Meat Boy Forever is on its way to Switch, as is the original Super Meat Boy. Looks like Team Meat is all-in on Switch, which is why Game Informer sat down with Team Meat's Tommy Refenes to discuss their output for the platform. According to the interview, Refenes is not only impressed with Switch, but Nintendo's push for indies as well.
“I ported [Super Meat Boy Forever] in like two days – from nothing to working in two days. Microsoft used to always be the people with the crazy good tools because they make Windows, so of course they’re going to have good stuff, but Switch’s tools… I’m legitimately surprised by how well-thought-out everything was.
It used to be Sony was the one that was pushing the indie devs so much. I think Nintendo is pushing harder than Sony is now. […] I think right now they’re just offering more exposure.”