Hi, looks like you need to set the platforms correctly, as only the old version has icons which is likely messing up itch app downloads.
A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Slimesphere is an isometric turn-based tactics game, where the goal is to kill the enemy slimes within 3 rounds. Its deterministic mechanics makes the levels feel like puzzles, and you have to figure out the best strategy to win!
Usually, when outnumbered by enemies, you have to rely on traps to beat the AI. Spikes, crossbows, treadmills, launchers, etc. As the difficulty increases, you get to pay more and more attention to your surroundings, and take advantage of that. There are 12 levels and 15 achievements; more may come in the future!
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.50 USD. You will get access to the following files:
- Slimesphere v1.1 is out!May 27, 2020
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Whoa! That's a lovely game, it's funny and captures that great feeling of a classic tactics ❤️
Hey, are you interested in localize it to other languages? I could do it for you(English to Brazilian Portuguese), and for free! I just want to help c:
Hello! Unfortunately I hardcoded most of the text in this game so it would be a hard work to allow translations, especially because this game doesn't have that much text for that to make sense. By the way, in this specific case (en->pt), I'd be able do it myself as I'm brazilian too, lmao.
Nonetheless, thank you veryyy much for the kind words and I'm glad you liked it! XD
Hahahaha xd Eae irmão! (It's hard to know when the dev doesn't have an e-mail or website :p) I like what you've been doing, I'm a tactics lover like you :) I'll follow you for sure and wish you sucess with your games!
Tamo junto \o\
This is adorable! Really looks like it finds a good balance between tactics gameplay and something a little more approachable, like classic board games.
Thank you very much! That's usually my issue with modern strategy games (and the reason I keep playing the classics): there's too much information on the screen at once. It just seems to work better with a more simplistic artstyle!