Released by RevampedPRO, The Slime King’s Tower is an adventure game that’s set within a tower filled with dungeons. In this game, players will assume the function of the adventurer that has embarked upon an outing into the eponymous tower, to rid it of all the slime that can be found.
Players will need to navigate the tower’s enemies and hazards, and make use of the things that drop in the vanquished slime, in addition to abilities and skills available. These bonuses include upgrades that increase bullet damage, or lead them to ricochet around the room. The tower has portions that are procedurally generated, so rooms, enemies, and items get rearranged with every play through.
The game uses dual stick controls, and has the faux retro look and sound that are popular these days. The visual layout appears to pull inspiration from the dungeons of Legend of Zelda, only instead of going through all of them with sword and shield, players are dealing with them with a piece of equipment gun. Other visual similarities contained inside the game are such things as the snakes as enemies, urns that are the spitting picture of the clay pots, the doors that connect adjoining rooms, hearts for measuring health, and so on. And I don’t mention this to detract from the game, but in fact, just the opposite. It is a classic look that fits this game well, so don’t allow it prevent you.
The Slime King’s Tower includes a leaderboard, as well as the capability to tweak your camera view. Specifically speaking, it’s how much of the periphery is draped in shadow, thus obscuring what might be in hidden there. The sport is available from Google Play, either free with ads, or a pro version coming in at $2.22.
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Slime King’s Tower (Playboard) | Slime King’s Tower (Play Store)