Slimes is a game where you guide a group of slimes from a starting point to an exit point. Things get in the way, but you have tools to help your slimes succeed. Can you help the slimes fulfill their ultimate goal?

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Slimes

Slimes

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This is Slimes version 1.01. The reaction I receive on this site could cause me to drastically update the game. If you like the game, please let me know.

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