According to the brief description available on Steam and the game's trailer, The End Is Nigh will replicate aspects of Super Meat Boy's style of 2D platforming.More news: Iran's Parliament, Khomeini Shrine Attacked
McMillen took to his blog to break down the general premise of the game saying, 'Follow Ash as he flops his way through a future of pain and suffering. You must guide Ash through nightmarish levels filled with "decaying" mutant creatures, collecting video game cartridges and tumors along the way.
There will be more than 600 levels spread out across 12 chapters, which will chronicle your tiny blob man's search for a friend at the end of the world. It's also worth noting that the game cartridges you pick up come packed with playable mini-games, which have their own achievements.More news: Jeff Sessions offered to resign after rising tension with Trump
The End Is Nigh will also feature a variety of endings to unlock, along with an abundant amount of extras.
While that is one of many questions regarding this game that remain unanswered, we remain confident that you can expect the same kind of darkly humorous and maddingly hard brand of game design that McMillen is famous for when The End Is Nigh releases on Steam on July 12. You can check out the teaser trailer below, or a collection of screenshots by clicking on the image.More news: MTV will livestream Sunday's Manchester benefit concert