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Slayaway Camp slides onto iOS with DLC 

Released by Blue Wizard Digital

Studio: Blue Wizard Digital
Available on: Steam, Apple store
Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS

Slashing teens just got a little more mobile as 80s-inspired horror puzzler, Slayaway Camp, was released on the Apple Store on Valentine's Day for $2.99 USD. As an added bonus, free DLC was also released under the name of "My Gory Valentine".

In case you've not been to camp lately, Slayaway Camp is an over-the-top voxel-puzzler in which players slide around a variety of levels, each with their own horror theme – such as the classic slasher, or the killer clown – and murder blocky teens and pesky cops. Each level gets progressively harder as hazards are added to the mix, but the combination of addictive puzzles and 80s slasher satire really can keep you sliding for hours.

You can read my full review to truly understand my love of this game. The experience felt like it would be perfect for mobile gaming, and many gamers have been requesting it. Now, it's a thing.

If that wasn't enough, Blue Wizard spoiled everyone for Valentine's Day with the announcement of free DLC. "My Gory Valentine" will be available to everyone next time they update the game on Steam, granting them access to new levels, new GorePaks (interactive murder mini-games), and a new killer; Major Miner. They noted that this will only be available once Chapter 2.5 has been completed, so get slaying.

I can't recommend Slayaway Camp enough, as you'll see from my review, and it is perfectly suited to mobile gaming and killing on the move. The new iOS release can be found here. Expect your commute to get a little more entertaining, and far more gory.

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Ryan Noble
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If Ryan isn't watching, reading or playing some form of horror, he's probably writing about it. He used to be an Editor at Indie Game Magazine so he has a soft spot for independent creators, especially when they're creating fear. Whether you're one such creator, or a fellow horror fan, let's speak about spooks on Twitter or email.
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