Indie games developer Neutronized has released Slime Labs, a new physics platformer which is out now on mobile for both iOS and Android devices.
In Slime Labs, you play as a blob of green ooze that can absorb smaller bits of slime around it. It squishes, stretches, shrinks and grows its way through different levels, while also dodging lasers, spikes and fatal pools of liquid. You also need to find hidden data disks within each stage in order to pass.
Slime Labs launches in 6 days!— Neutronized (@Neutronized) March 4, 2021
This was my first hit browser game and it's now coming to mobile, bigger and better than ever before #indiedev #pixelart
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You also have to collect these small bits of slime so you’re able to destroy walls and bypass any potential dangers. When the ooze grows even bigger, it’s harder to control as well and will make for some interesting situations where you have trouble controlling your character.
It has a similar vibe to old flash games that were around years ago, and fans of pixel-art graphics should find it interesting. The game also has multiple endings and funky background music to engage you, and the difficulty increases as you continue to progress through the levels. Eventually, it should start to ramp up that it gets very difficult.
You may be familiar with Neutronized for some of the previous pixel graphics indie games the studio has made on mobile, such as Super Cat Tales, Swap-Swap Panda and Picnic Penguin. Check out the trailer for Slime Labs below, which also features a look at some of the slime’s abilities.