Slayin will test your skills like no other endless game on the App Store. Don’t get yourself fooled by its charming retro graphics and motivating chiptune soundtrack. In this game, death lurks behind every corner!

World’s first endless action RPG

Challenging and rewarding

Pixel perfect retro graphics

Chiptune soundtrack by Matt Creamer (Retro City Rampage)

6 unique playable classes: knight, wizard, knave, archer, tamer and ninja

Endless loot: tons of weapons, armor and spells

Face legendary monsters and bosses

More than a hundred challenging quests to master

3 unique game modes

Compete with your friends on Game Center

Slayin Links:

iOS Link:

Android Link:  No Longer Available 🙁

Company: FDG Mobile Games

Genre: Casual, RPG

Rated: 12+

Price: $0.99

Offers in-app Purchases

Hey Casual Gamers!

It’s 2013 and the internet is booming!  Along comes one of the best ways to spend 99 cents on the app store:  Slayin.

So why cover a casual app that’s 10 years old?  Because it’s still arguable a great deal for small change.  Slayin offers endless fighting a great cast of fighters to choose from.

Is it worth your casual time, or does my ranting have no merit?  Let’s check it out in this casual review!


Each hero has a different play style!

Slayin at the core is pretty straightforward.  Select from one of several heroes to fight the endless hordes of slimes, wisps, and other evil critters.  The knight is the default hero, with others locked behind fame points.

Each hero has their own way of slaying monsters, so finding the right one comes down to personal gameplay.

Leveling up comes by way of killing monsters.  Every five levels an in-game item store pops up to give upgrades to weapons, armor, and health.  Every ten levels a boss will appear.  Defeating the boss unlocks the new world and brings the in-game store back.

The items get pretty pricey the higher the levels get, but killing monsters in rapid succession gives a point and gold bonus, so killing effectively is one of the best ways to get enough coins for the best gear.


Each hero has thier own personal store with weapons and armor just for them!

Slayin is pixel art heaven!  It really puts one in the mood of retro gameplay, and yet it has a fresh feel.  The monsters are a bit redundant, but hardly seems to be an issue as you casually kill all that approach.

The advancing of levels feels natural as the background changes as bosses are defeated.  Some levels can have a bit of an overcrowded feeling, but after a few times playing it can be used as a quick way to get tons of points and gold.

Music & Sounds

Defeat a boss without taking any damage for bonus points!

Slap a good pair of headphones in and thank me later.  The entire casual app has a great soundtrack that compliments Slayin’s graphics perfectly.  This along with all the quirky sounds matches up perfectly for seamless and addictive gameplay.

Seriously, it’s almost insane how much value of music is given for a mere 99 cents.  There’s not too many games even today that give you music for each phase of the game.

The Power of in-app Purchases

Fame points allows for new heroes, controller selection, and much more!

So, most people would think yeah i paid for a game now you want to mirco-transaction me to death, right?

I’m here to report that it’s far from the case with Slayin!  The maximum purchase you basically have enough Fame to purchase all heroes and still have some left over to customize tombstones, which show your highest score and hero accomplished with.

There are also multiple game modes such as a boss rush mode that can be unlocked.  While I’ve never been one to endorse a in-game purchase, this one actually is priced decently and unlocks huge parts of content.

Of course, Slayin can be played without making a purchase and heroes unlocked in a reasonably amount of playtime.

The Verdict

Pick how you will be immortalized!

Overall, I’m beyond happy with Slayin.  This casual app has aged like a fine wine, and offers great gameplay with a bumping soundtrack for a mere loose dollar.  As far as games that are played on a phone or tablet, this should be the bar future developers strive for.

While we usually don’t cover casual app gaming on your phone or tablet with an initial purchase on this one is a highly recommended!  You don’t have to break the bank for simple, addictive gameplay.

Already beat the baddest bosses and looking to brag?  Drop a comment in the section below and let us know who is your favorite hero!

Happy Gaming, and as always, keep it casual!

Slayin Overall Rating: 5/5

Slayin Links:

iOS Link:

Android Link:  No Longer Available 🙁

Company: FDG Mobile Games

Genre: Casual, RPG

Rated: 12+

Price: $0.99

Offers in-app Purchases

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By Random Gamer

Hiya Casual Gamers! I’ve been playing games for as long as the Nintendo has been around! My life is all about points and I’m always up for a good match in any game! I also have a great interest in computer sciences. I’ve created this server and a few other websites for this server. If I’ve peaked your interest in anything, feel free to drop me an email at and I’ll reply as soon as possible. Happy Gaming, and keep it casual!