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  • Summary: PREPARE FOR THE WORLD’S FIRST ENDLESS ACTION RPGSlayin will test your skills like no other endless game on the App Store. Don’t get yourself fooled by its charming retro graphics and motivating chiptune soundtrack. In this game, death lurks behind every corner!Your task sounds all so simple. First choose from one of three heroes: knight, wizard and knave. Then slay as many monsters as possible, while leveling up and getting more powerful equipment and spells along the way. But there’s a catch: once you die, you’re gone for good!On your journey you will travel through numerous locations and encounter dozens of different monsters and fearsome bosses. Eventually, you will even have to face the giant dragon of legend. But he will not part with his treasure easily. Only the most worthy adventurers will be able to complete this task and become a true hero. Get ready for some slayin!• World’s first endless action RPG• Challenging and rewarding• Pixel perfect retro graphics• Chiptune soundtrack by Matt Creamer (Retro City Rampage)• 3 unique playable classes: knight, wizard and knave• Endless loot: tons of weapons, armor and spells• Face legendary monsters and bosses• More than a hundred challenging quests to master• 3 unique game modes• Compete with your friends on Game Center Collapse
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  1. Positive: 10 out of 13
  2. Negative: 0 out of 13
  1. Apr 5, 2013
    Slayin may not have done much to quell my hopeless addiction to retro visuals, but it may have done me one better: it's raised the bar for all games like it.
  2. Apr 5, 2013
    Slayin is an endless action-RPG that is exceptionally retro, and just plain exceptionally good.
  3. Apr 8, 2013
    Slayin' is one of the best games I've played on iOS in some time. I'm really glad that it keeps In-App-Purchasing down to a minimum, and delivers enough thrills (retro or otherwise) to justify the meager price tag. If you're a fan of retro games and prefer gaming in small chunks, give this a shot immediately.
  4. Apr 4, 2013
    We could make the argument that extreme grinding to unlock the best goodies somewhat lessens the appeal, or that the developers priced things too high, but neither of these debatable issues ruin Slayin. If anything, it's an ideal game for those of us who grew up mashing buttons on those NES controllers, with a bowl of Teddy Grahams and Ecto-Cooler within reach for much-needed breaks.
  5. Apr 10, 2013
    Slayin' knows exactly what it is, an action game with some RPG seasoning to keep the player invested, but after a few plays, you'll see everything this title has to offer you.
  6. Apr 8, 2013
    Featuring 8-bit graphics, a catchy chiptune soundtrack, and ginormous buttons for easy control, Slayin looks and feels like an old-school arcade game shrunk down to pocket size.
  7. Apr 10, 2013
    Slayin ($0.99, Universal) is a neat little distraction that provides action packed gameplay, and a great retro style. The biggest problem is that you have to grind through so much to get to some features that you would think should be standard.

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  1. Jan 20, 2014
    Slayin´ is a hybrid of endless runners/arena combat/RPG that is a complete success at mixing all those styles in to one. Its so much fun to play, lots of upgrades, many different characters that a different to each other, generous. One of my Top5 endless runners. Expand