Super Meat Boy development team Team Meat is back with another new game it plans to show off at PAX's Mega Indiebooth later this month. The duo describes its latest game, A Voyeur for September, as a "live action stealth game," and indeed, a creepy reveal trailer shows it to be as such.

The grainy footage filmed for the game also looks like the peak of awful FMVs from the SEGA CD days, only far more convincing in the context of suburban horror. What exactly is going on? Are you supposed to be a peeping Tom in this game? That wouldn't stray too far from Edmund McMillen's deranged sense of humor.

Team Meat was originally working on a cat-breeding simulator called Mew-Genics and appeared to have gotten pretty far into development. However, the team unexpectedly put the game on hold to work on something else. Presumably, we now know that that other project is.

McMillen is also working on wrapping up development of The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth.

We'll have to wait and see if the hold was worth it. No other information about A Voyeur for September has been made available just yet other than it will likely be released for Android, iOS, PC, Mac and Linux.