Slime-san: Superslime Edition slides onto the PS4.
After astounding fans of platforming with some tight platforming à la super meat boy, Slime-san is back and better than ever. The game releases its Slime-San: Superslime Edition today, and it promises a lot of action.
More Platforming Goodness
It’s all chaos, but it’s glorious fun. As Slime-san, you’ll escape a giant worm’s innards, play two crazy additional adventures and some brand-new levels that weren’t available on other platforms before. Altogether, it includes over 150 challenging levels (plus NG+) and an insane amount of features as well as a great selection of mini-games. Not only will the game bring you back to the golden age of gaming, it’s going to give you a heaping amount of it!
Not only are you getting the additional content, but the developers have also opted to please competitive players. Play all levels timed with online rankings. For the competitive and score-oriented, it’s now possible to play all levels with online rankings. You think your time is the best, prove it.
Never tried Slime-san before and feeling and questioning its quality? The develops want you to know that the controls of Slime-san: Superslime Edition are tighter than Robin Hood’s tights! You can check out the Release Trailer below to confirm that fact:
Literally A Ton of Content
The devs aren’t joking around, there’s a ton of platforming to be had with the Slime-San: Superslime Edition. You’re getting all three campaigns, which are all hella wacky.
Mama’s Madness: You’ve been swallowed by a giant worm! Your goal is to platform yourself through its intestines back out its mouth before you get digested!
Blackbird’s Kraken: You were about to take a vacation with your family and got eaten whole by a giant Kraken?! Once more you’ll need to jump, slime & slide your way out!
Sheeple’s Sequel: Sheeple believes he’s an NPC in a video game and decides to recode himself as the villain! Can you beat his mind-bending levels?
Superslime Edition also comes loaded with extra exclusive levels and a new “Dynamic Colour” feature which spices up the original’s colour palette. Even if you’re a returning fan, this one’s going to be worth picking up.
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