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We Take a Look at Slime-san Superslime Edition By Luiggi Cavanna



This past weekend I took a look a Slime-san Superslime Edition on stream. Slime-san is quite a  charming action platformer with amazing music and an old school look to it.  This is a supplementary review, if you want to see my first impressions of the game right after I was done playing it, go check the video down below.



The version I played was the Superslime edition for the PS4, which included all the content release the past year with some new extra content add it to the mix. In the game, you play as a slime that was swallowed by a giant monstrous snake creature and now you have to survive the digestive system of said creature. The game is divided into levels and these levels are divided into small quick stages, where you have to go from point A to point B in a set amount of time before gastric juices fill the screen, while grabbing some collectibles on the way.

I gotta say, the first levels weren’t that challenging and most of the difficulty came from me trying to collect all the damn apples (the collectibles I was talking about) of each level. The difficulty escalated fairly quickly after a while though and with it, the fun. Slime-san not only has to deal with obstacles that the levels present by just jumping, but you also have to use your slime powers to go a little transparent so that you can go through certain objects. You can also dash, break blocks and stick to walls.

The Superslime edition is packed with a lot of content, and if you like games of this type (you know, like Super Meat Boy), this game will keep you busy for a long time. The bite-sized levels are fun but personally, they would be better on the go. Fortunately, you can find Slime-san on the switch as well.

The music in the game is great and tremendously charming, as charming as the graphics. Slime-san decides to go for the retro type of look, and in my opinion, it works for this type of game. Slime-san presents you with hours of hair pulling platforming fun, but no more than that. When it comes to me, I would play this type of game for a bit before moving to something else, that’s why it works so well on the go for me. So if you are looking for a simple, but challenging platformer to pass the time, this game might be for you.

Have you played Slime-san? What are your thoughts on the game? Let us know. Now I return to the deepest darkest corners of my dwelling. Good-bye, for now, my friends.
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