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The Label's 'The Legend of Bum-Bo' Is a Prequel to 'The Binding of Isaac' Targeting a December Release

It looks like Edmund McMillen is definitely looking into iOS more with another announcement and release month target. After recently reconfirming Super Meat Boy Forever for a 2018 release, we now have a release month for The Legend of Bum-bo. This is a prequel to The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth [$14.99] which is on iOS
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