Slain: Back from Hell Crack/Patch

Slain: Back from Hell Slain: Back from Hell. A heavy metal inspired arcade combat with puzzle elements and gore galore. Stunning visuals and true old school gameplay accompanied by the most metal soundtrack you've ever heard.

Download Slain: Back from Hell Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 76 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1263
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Company / Developer
Digerati Distribution / Wolf Brew Games

Slain: Back from Hell reviews ( 4 )

CharlyPlayman, Nov 28, 2017

It seems the first version of this game was awful, i don't know, but that the which one i'm playing at the moment is awsome. A very fun classic 2D arcade platformer. I'm really looking forward to a 2nd part or another game like this. PROS: responsive and smooth controls + varied game + different kind of fighting (different swords and magic, both max powered option) + challenging game + etc CONS: sometimes it can be very difficult but if you insist, you're patient and think about the combination of sword and magic (and their max powered) you'll finally beat

Aramil83, May 28, 2017

This should be the textbook game about great graphics and music and animations **** keep crying about it being hard. Awesome graphics - the game doesn't try to look old - it uses pixel graphics, and in a great way. Music rocks.

Captain_Faramir, Apr 8, 2017

8.1 - Very cool art style and level design, on top of good difficulty. Although I was wishing that there could be more to the combat system and possibly some more abilities for your character, overall a really good platformer.

szarkam, Nov 2, 2016

This game was a piece of hot garbage at launch; broken controls, frustrating combat system, far too many bugs. That has completely turned around. It isn't perfect by any stretch, but the combat is now actually quite fun, the game feels much more balanced (you don't have to grind out battles against lesser enemies); the whole thing feels almost completely re-designed. Luckily the Castlevania aesthetic and metal soundtrack are still in tact. If this looked cool to you prior to the horrific (but well deserved) reviews, give it another chance.