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Great game, but two issues to fix. First, the Knave's upgrades are supposed to increase the gold he gets, but they don't seem to do anything. Second, the Archer is broken. He's nearly unusable because it's nearly impossible to avoid bumping into enemies during the cool down between charges (like the wizard's power, but not as good), his arrows miss (ha ha) the point of the game by flying in arches when the action is mostly on the ground, and most flagrantly, even though his dash should be invincible, he still takes damage if you try to dash through the Minotaur's charge, making it impossible to avoid being hurt by it. I've gotten up to the fifth boss, Deathworm, a few times with the knight (though I need a lot of luck to even get to Peloria, the fourth); the archer can't even get past Minotaur, the FIRST. Please revamp their designs. Also, please change something so that the Tamer won’t get screwed over should he lose his mount during the Peloria fight (or enter the fight without one, as is guaranteed during Boss Rush mode); I haven’t experienced it myself, but it is apparently a serious issue.
Slayin is a little game that is shockingly entertaining. It has a surprising amount of replay ability despite its repetitiveness. The game is a some what of a mix between a shoot-em up and an endless runner, with the player being tasked to survive eight consecutive areas with a stage boss fight for each. The repetition comes from having to restart each time you die, and getting back to where you were can take a long time. However I was never too put off by this since there is a quite a bit off variety with the six unlockable characters and the in-level weapon and armor upgrades. It's simply a blast to go through and try to master every character and their weapons. There's also two extra unlockable modes to give the game more content. I was initially a bit worried about the microtransactions being too intrusive, but I never felt pressured into spending more money. Slayin may be short and repetitive, but dang if it isn't one of the best uses for a dollar out there.
Slayin has been my favorite mobile game for years. I’ve had three phones since its release, and I’ve unlocked all the characters and extra stuff on each of them. I’ve beat the game plenty of times (well, beat the dragon, don’t think you can really “beat” Slayin), and it’s never gotten stale. I actually plan on majoring in Computer Science next year, and Slayin is a major inspiration for that. It would be an absolute dream come true if one day Slayin got another major update, maybe even a new character. I’d definitely even be willing to shell out a few bucks for an upgrade to support the devs *wink wink*. Thank you for creating such a great game. Edit: Ninja’s Shurikin Storm makes her player model invisible and glitchy. Fix?
Slayin is amazing from the retro art style to the customization of your character’s grave. Every minute is packed full of action, and even when you get bored there is something new. You earn fame points from just playing the game and completing quests. Then the points can be used to customize your screen, buy new characters, or even customization to how your character’s grave appears after you earn that ever-so-infuriating game over screen. I would recommend anyone looking for a relaxing and addictive challenge to purchase this game.
I’m a procrastinator, and this game doesn’t help. That’s a good thing for the game, I guess. Not so much for me. But I at least enjoy procrastinating when playing this game. But that’s beside the point. What I’m saying is, the game is amazingly addictive and challenging and I’ve probably spent hours at a time trying to get past the bosses I’m stuck on, and then the game just throws you into a harder one right after that. I definitely recommend this game to procrastinators, people looking for a challenge, and to people wanting an amazing sound track.
Developed by the FDG Mobile Games GbR,
who have also released the following apps Oceanhorn ™, Red Ball 4 (Ad Supported), Banana Kong, Super Cat Tales, Red Ball 4, Slayin, Venture Kid, Cover Orange 2: Journey, Cover Orange 2 (Ad Supported), LONEWOLF .
Slayin has 1 901 user reviews.
Slayin has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Slayin (3.0) was released on Aug 10, 2017.
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PREPARE FOR THE WORLD’S FIRST ENDLESS ACTION RPG
Slayin will test your skills like no other endless game on the App Store. Don’t get yourself fooled by its charming retro graphics and
motivating chiptune soundtrack. In this game, death lurks behind every corner!
Your task sounds all so simple. First choose from one of three heroes: knight, wizard and knave. Then slay as many monsters as possible, while leveling up and getting more powerful equipment and spells along the way. But there’s a catch: once you die, you’re gone for good!
On your journey you will travel through numerous locations and encounter dozens of different monsters and fearsome bosses. Eventually, you will even have to face the giant dragon of legend. But he will not part with his treasure easily. Only the most worthy adventurers will be able to complete this task and become a true hero. Get ready for some slayin!
• World’s first endless action RPG
• Challenging and rewarding
• Pixel perfect retro graphics
• Chiptune soundtrack by Matt Creamer (Retro City Rampage)
• 6 unique playable classes: knight, wizard, knave, archer, tamer and ninja
• Endless loot: tons of weapons, armor and spells
• Face legendary monsters and bosses
• More than a hundred challenging quests to master
• 3 unique game modes
• Compete with your friends on Game Center
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