Slenderman's Shadow is based off of indie game 'Slender'. Explore 9 new environments, and complete the objectives while avoiding the enemy. The game is available on PC, Mac, and Linux for $6.99. Visit our website to find out more!
This game is a total Slender rip-off.They wanted and they got more than 1000 $ through donations and such for the "remake".
The remake is the same game but something is changed....
They totaly got the Slender idea wrong,the ending is lame---you can't escape from Slenderman no matter how much you try.I mean,c'mon-he can teleport,a door or a fence shouldn't be a problem.
The ideas were stolen from their forum which isn't a real problem.
The Slender games are always the page collecting and boring.
After paying 1000 $ for the remake they sayed it's gonna be free and they wanted it to be on Steam Greenlight!?
They got rejected probably and now they want 7 $...and Slender : The Arrival cost 5 $ for pre-ordering.
That's why I rated it 1/10.There's a lot I can tell about them and what else they did...they were also showing off about it way too much,they didn't ask for permition to make the game...I heard that the Slender creator,AgentParsec contacted Marc Steene (Slenderman's Shadow creator) about : why did they do that and about that they should stop......
Marc Stene left the chat and baned AgentParsec. But that's just what I heared so I didn't know if it's true...
A lot of people were criticizing the game about that it's not good as Slender and how some people wanted their money back (donation about 1000 $) and Marc Steene deleted their comments.....even mine...
That is probably all I can think of right now.
BTW.Sorry for my bad English.
Charging $7.99 for an unoriginal game with stolen assets and overused gameplay. You take $1000 from your fans for the sake of your "secret project" that was disappointing. You delete hate comments because they're "insulting".
And then you say Slender: The Arrival is NOT worth $10 because of the dull mechanics, boring gameplay and uninteresting story? Go look at your own games before criticizing others.