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Slayaway Camp

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Score based on 5 reviews


"A killer puzzle! 5/5 stars - Touch Arcade Become Skullface, a psycho slasher bent on slaughtering campers in this darkly comic ode to 80s horror! An instant classic. 5/5 - Gamezebo A smart and addictive puzzler youre going to absolutely love it. - Pocket Gamer From the creators of Bejeweled, Peggle and Plants vs Zombies comes a diabolical puzzle game that also happens to be a bloody tribute to the VHS era of videotape horror! No one is safe no law enforcement enforces the law enough and no animals or children are harmed in the summer horror hit of 1984. Unusual? Yes. Wickedly good fun? You bet! -Cult of Mac Brutally cute! Brilliant and funny drenched in good-humored gore. -Hardcore Gamer Key Features: 11 gut-wrenching videotapes for over 140 puzzle levels + more to come! Traps! Cops! SWAT teams! Land mines! Rotary telephones! Cats! Dont kill the cats! Unlock multiple psycho killers, including ones based on cult horror movies such as American Mary Starring Mark Meer (Cmdr Shepard from Mass Effect) and Derek Mears (Friday the 13th) Discover dozens of spectacular Gorepack kill scenes featuring wood-chippers, lawn mowers, Sumerian demon incantations, and more! Genuine synth-laden hair metal soundtrack by legendary Canadian band GNUe TRUNTION Surprisingly wonderful two thumbs way up! -Jim Sterling, The Jimquisition Will slash its way into your heart. -CGMagazine The most successful ode to slasher films ever -RelyOnHorror Slayaway Camp is a killer. -Gamespew A cute kill em up sure, theres dismemberment, decapitation and quite a lot of impaling, but its adorable. -Rock Paper Shotgun
Release Date: February 14, 2017

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