Introduced within the PC Gaming Show right this moment, in Slime 3K, you play a smiling sentient goo armed to the tooth with each weapon to have graced the display screen in a John Wick film. 

I’ve spent hours and hours staking, axing, whipping, and blowing up infinite hordes of bats, skeletons, and God-knows-what-else in Vampire Survivors. I’ve even booted up different entries within the rising horde-whomping style, similar to Boneraiser Minions and Venture Lazarus. However in none of these did I play a slime with a smile.

What can I say? I am intrigued.

Within the grim darkness of the slimy future, an evil AI named d’Spot seeks to mass produce synthetic pink people for some dastardly scheme or one other—in all probability one thing to do with ending all life through paperclips. Sadly for d’Spot, among the goo mutates into our protagonist. Now you need to use your slimy, gelatinous physique to mutate numerous powers and ruthlessly demolish infinite hordes of pink offbrand people with an arsenal of sticky firepower. 

Slime 3K is a derivative of 2021’s Despot’s Game, by which we noticed some familiar-looking pink people taking over all types of armaments to combat their manner out of a procedurally generated dungeon in a roguelike autobattler. With numerous swords, magic, and rancid pretzels, the aim was to amass a military of pink freedom fighters, watch them battle for his or her freedom, after which check their mettle towards different gamers’ endgame squads.

This time, the pink people are nothing greater than cannon fodder. In Slime 3K, you may heartlessly mow them down with pistols, machine weapons, Tesla coils, and the rest you’ll be able to lay your appendages on. Actually, with no main organs, there’s no different manner a ball of goo can mow folks down. 

Slime 3K is due out this 12 months, so you will not have to attend too lengthy to get slimy.