Team Meat has finally finished the Mac version of Super Meat Boy, so your iComputers can make your fingers bleed with the rest of us. The Mac port is Steamplay enabled, allowing you to play on both PC and Mac using the same account. In addition, Team Meat is celebrating the game's one-year anniversary on Steam, by unlocking Super Meat World for everyone, and offering a bundle of discounted indie games.
The Mac version is currently unavailable due to "upload problems," but should be up later today. Tomorrow, the game will unlock Super Meat World for everyone who's bought the game on Steam. The SMW portal lets you play new user-generated stages, but was previously locked behind 20 bandages. Now you won't have to earn your way into the thousands of extra stages.
If you don't yet own SMB, you can grab the bundle for both the PC and Mac versions. It will also get you Bit.Trip Beat, Bit.Trip Runner, World of Goo, Braid, Gish, Aquaria, VVVVVV, Machinarium, and Half-Life 2. along with the soundtracks to Super Meat Boy, Braid, Bit.Trip Beat/Runner, and Machinarium.
If you just want the game or the soundtrack, both have been reduced by 50% during the anniversary period. If you already own SMB and some of the included games, Team Meat recommends you give them as Steam gifts for "your hobo friends." Which is just silly, because we all know hobos have an innate fear of computers.