Friday the 13th is a day where all your frights come out to play, and if you grew up in the 80s and your frights included secluded camps with all kinds of murderers running around unchecked, then Slayaway Camp [$ 1.99] should be right up your alley. This game has been out for some time now, but it hasn’t stopped growing in all kinds of creepy and gory ways, and its developers couldn’t resist adding more free content for us on a day like today. There are new, free levels that take place in Hell Camp, the most banned movie ever (according to the developers, of course) where the murderer is a Holy Skullface with his “baptized” gorepack. There are also new killers (these are secret though but I’m sure they are fun), new kill animations, and much more.
For Friday the 13th, we've released a BRAND NEW FREE DLC pack… HellCamp! Now available for all Slayaway Camp players! pic.twitter.com/7jpeBP8itX
If you haven’t had the chance to play this game yet, it truly is a great sliding puzzle that’s thematically cohesive and bathed in lovely gore. We really liked it in our review back when it came out, and that was before all the additional content the developers have been sliding in ever since. Today is the perfect day to grab it, so I hope you enjoy Friday the 13th at Slayaway Camp.
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When developer PikPok threw up a teaser site in early August for some sort of creepy upcoming game, most folks guessed that it would be a follow-up to their atmospheric zombie runner/shooter Into the Dead [Free]. Well, it turned out those people were right as just a few short days later Into the Dead 2soft-launched in the Australian App Store. Into the Dead 2 promises more of the gruesome zombie slaying and the frantic need to survive of the original game, but weaves in a more substantial storyline as well as top-notch level designs and some new gameplay variety. Here’s a brand new trailer showing Into the Dead 2 in action.
Man, that trailer! It gives me goosebumps. I love that there’s a greater emphasis on story this time around, and especially an emotional element surrounding family. Knowing you’re trying to get home safely so you can see your daughter might just be the extra motivation you need to avoid dying a gruesome death at the hands of a bunch of jerk zombies. If you’re the impatient type, you can get in on the Into the Dead 2 action early by downloading it in one of its soft-launch regions using the link below, and you can jump in on some discussion of the game in our forums. Otherwise look for this one to hit in just under a month on October 13th.
Into the Dead’s developer PIKPOK has just revealed a trailer and announced a release date for their sequel Into The Dead 2. We can expect this sequel to land on the Play Store on October 13th, which just so happens to be a Friday. Yep, Into The Dead 2 will be releasing on Friday the 13th, which to tell the truth seems pretty appropriate for a zombie game.
For those of you unfamiliar with this series, it is a zombie runner game that uses motion controls to weave the protagonist through an endless horde of zombies.