Platformer Pixel Slime jumps from Wii to Windows 10 as a universal app

Indie games publisher Freeman Technologies has announced that, in partnership with TD2TL Games & RCMADIAX Games Publishing, it has brought WiiWare title Pixel Slime to Windows 10 as a universal app.

Whether on your Windows Phone or PC, Pixel Slime looks to incorporate some simple gameplay with an interesting mechanic: you're playing for the lowest score possible. You'll take control of a pixel-y slime ball (hence the name) as you jump and twist through 40 levels while trying to snag the lowest score. Each time you die, you have a point added to your score, so be cautious!

You can check out some of the gameplay in the video above. If you're interesting in snagging the game, it can be had at the Windows Store link below for 99 cents.

Download Pixel Slime from the Windows Store

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