A new update for Slayaway Camp is now available on the App Store. It adds a ton of bonus content and a new gore-free PG mode that lets you focus on the puzzles if your stomach just isn’t strong enough for all the cubic camper kill carnage.

The iOS Version 1.1 release includes:

  • All-new PG (Puzzle Game) Mode scrubs away every ounce of blood, gore, and general horror movie havoc to let squeamish players focus on solving the mind-melting puzzles in relative safety.
  • Added tons of extra kill scenes! Now every single murderer has their own custom Gorepack that unlocks when you find them.
  • Congratulations to our community contest-winner: the “Batprince” killer can now be unlocked using your Skull Coins on the Mystery Box!
  • PG Mode unlocks the “Yo! Skullface! After School Special” bonus mini-game, which is really just the Faces of Killed mini-game, but features Skullface practicing his murderous technique on inanimate targets.
  • Enabled the latest Killer Kode in the options menu, and moved the “Enter Killer Kode” button to a more accessible spot in the menu. NEAR THE TOP!
  • Updates to Movie Store tutorial to make the Mystery Box more obvious and the tutorial process a little more straightforward.
  • ‘Movie Complete’ achievements should now be triggering on all movies. It should also retroactively trigger achievements for movies you’ve already completed.
  • Fixes to some textures that had become distorted beyond what is reasonably acceptable within this space-time continuum.
  • Improved timing and general well-being of animations when viewing Gorepacks from the Movie Store shelf.
  • A few additional optimizations and minor bug fixes.

Slayaway Camp is a really fun game, especially if you have a love of classic horror slashers and enjoy slide puzzles. If you’d like to read more about my experiences playing on PC, please check out my review here!

I'm the owner and editor-in-chief of Horror Geek Life! I'm a sucker for cheesy horror, a Fallout addict, and collect way too many comics. I'm also honored to be a film judge at the 2018 Women in Horror Film Festival.


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