The Basement Collection
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|The Basement Collection|
|Release date(s)||August 31, 2012|
The games in the collection include:
- Triachnid (2006), a physics spider simulation game
- Coil (2008), an experimental game
- Meat Boy (2008), a Super Meat Boy predecessor
- Aether (2008), a space adventure game
- Grey-Matter (2008), an anti-shooter game
- Spewer (2009), a liquid physics platform game
- Time Fcuk (2009), a dark puzzle game
Unlockable content includes:
- The Lonely Hermit (2001), a child's story (unlocked by completing Triachnid)
- AVGM (2009), an experimental "Abusive Video Game Manipulation" joke mini-game (unlocked by completing Coil)
- Meat Boy (map pack) (2008), the Meat Boy game with different maps (unlocked by completing Meat Boy)
- The Box, scans of Edmund McMillen's art at 3–5 years-old that were found in a box kept by his grandmother (unlocked by completing Aether)
- Thicker Than Water, a 65-page virtual comic about Edmund McMillen's childhood (unlocked by completing Spewer)
- The Chest, eight years of drawings from Edmund McMillen's sketchbooks (unlocked by completing Time Fcuk)
Additionally, under steamapps/common/basement/moregames, four other games can be found:
- Carious Weltling (2003)
- Clubby the seal (2004), a side-scrolling action game
- Carious Weltling 2 (2005)
- Dumpling (2005)
Most of the content was previously published at Newgrounds:
- The Lonely Hermit (2001)
- Tri-achnid (2006)
- Coil (2008)
- Aether (2008)
- Meat Boy (2008)
- Grey-Matter (2008)
- Meat boy (map pack) (2008)
- AVGM (2009)
- Spewer (2009)
- Time Fcuk (2009)
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- Rambo, Dant (2012-08-27). "Edmund McMillen Interview, Part 1: The Basement Collection". Gamezebo. Gamezebo, Inc.
- Johnson, Ryan (2012-09-02). "Interview with Edmund McMillen for the Basement Collection (Reviewed)". GoozerNation. Michael Rohde.
- Mason_M (2012-09-08). "The Basement Collection Review". WikiGameGuides.com. Next Gen Walkthroughs LLC.
- Gera, Emily (2012-08-22). "Edmund McMillen on talent and why his 'Basement Collection' was so long in coming". The Verge. Vox Media.
- Kubba, Sinan (2012-08-31). "Edmund McMillen's Basement Collection arrives on Steam today". Joystiq. AOL.
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