About This Game
Welcome to the Far, Far Range!
Slime Rancher is a charming, first-person, sandbox experience. Play as Beatrix LeBeau: a plucky, young rancher who sets out for a life a thousand light years away from Earth on the ‘Far, Far Range.’
Each day will present new challenges and risky opportunities as you attempt to amass a great fortune in the business of slime ranching. Collect colorful slimes, grow crops, harvest resources, and explore the untamed wilds through the mastery of your all-purpose vacpack.
Stake Your Claim
The renowned rancher, Hobson Twillgers, has passed his ranch on to you. Get it back up and running, discover the secrets hidden on this mysterious planet, and dominate the Plort Market.
- Grow crops and raise chickadoos to feed your collection of hungry slimes.
- Complete daily requests from other ranchers to get bonus rewards.
- Earn money to upgrade your vacpack, build more corrals, or expand your ranch.
- Use Slime Science to find rare resources, craft decorations, and create gadgets that will help you on your adventures.
- Explore a sprawling world loaded with lots of secrets and hidden treasures.
- Choose from 3 game modes: Adventure, Casual, and Rush
- Get creative and combine slimes into more than 150 hybrid slimes
- Take advantage of our full controller support if you think keyboards should be used to play music instead of games
- OS: Windows 7+
- Processor: 2.2GHz Dual Core
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: 512MB VRAM
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 1 GB available space
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This is one of the few games that are worth buying on early access unlike those that get ditched by the devs once they milk their product enough. Slime Rancher will appeal to the audience that like to play and relax on their games. With so many games out there that make us frustrated, angry and anxious, Slime Rancher tries to oppose those feelings, and to me, it succeeds easily. My only complaint about this game is the lack of content, but considering it’s early access, and that the devs are still updating the game, more content will be added in the future.
Overall, I recommend this game to all my fellow gamers that are bored of being competitive and anxious all the time and that just want to have fun just like the old days!
First of all, you may look at this and see a kids game. Cutesy characters, no BFG to frag tight corridors full of baddies. But sit down and give this game 15 Minutes and you will see why I am recommending it.
Without giving anything away, you are a slime rancher on a distant planet and you collect plorps (which are slime poo) and trade it within the global economy. You can coop and breed chickens as well as farm a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Each slime has a favorite food item that doubles plorp production and keeps those little bastards happy. You can cross breed the slimes for a multi plorp income, but you must becareful. If they are cross bred more than once they turn into tars, which basically go on a rampage and kill all the slimes and warp them into evil tars.
You got upgrades, unlockable areas, beautiful immersive world with a back story you find in notes left behind.
It is a genuinely fun game, and guess what? It’s early access, AND the developers are updating constantly with completely new and interesting material. New slimes, sections of the world, buildable items, gear, etc.
I give this game 90% and 10% only because it isn’t finished yet so it is not a complete product, although it totally feels like one. (30+ hours content so far, Played offline a bit as well)
Enjoy this game, cause I sure did.
I highly recommend it.
Have a good one.
Pretty fun game to waste some time on
-Most of the time you’ll be broke
-Angry boogers killed my slimes.
If there was one thing I could add, it would be the ability to interact more with slimes in the original game, like in the VR version. I would kill to pet a tabby slime.
It totally is deserving of full price and more, I can tell a lot of love went into this creation.
It offers everything a good farming game should have in my opinion.
There really is a lot you can do. Where you want to put your focus is your own choice though, the game doesn’t force you to do anything.
Want to create a paradise for slimes and let them roam freely in gardens? You can do that.
Want to life out your capitalist side and enslave slimes in mass animal husbandry to maximize your profit? You can do that.
You kinda see what I’m getting at here. The game can be played at your own pace and you can do whatever you feel like, there isn’t really any way to mess something up. The high degree of freedom that is given to the player and the constant feel of safety are probably what makes this game so relaxing.
I originally played the game when it first came to steam and picked it up again recently. The amount of content that got added over that time is impressive. There are so many things you can do and ways to play the game that it won’t get boring anytime soon. If you are only slightly interested in the genre or idea behind the game I absolutely recommend this one.
– The vegetarian: Expand the appetites of meat-loving slimes by combining them with fruit or vegetable-loving slimes. Let those chickens run free where they belong!
– The vegetable hater: Shoot those carrots as far as you can into the Slime Sea, or throw that oca oca right into the incinerator. That’ll teach ’em. Chicken every day.
– The sadist: Round up all those cute little slimes and smile as you send them streaming into the incinerator. Also, shoot a Rad plort into your Pink Boom Largo slimes’ corral and sit back to watch the slaughter. You sick f***.
– The manager: Take care of every aspect of your ranch, plant crops, do slime research, buy upgrades, plan your Largo combos, establish a routine. Beware the Quantum slimes.
– The "cute" lover: Tabby Honey Largos. Actually, don’t even bother to finish reading this, just buy the game already.
– The sports gamer: At some point in the game you can buy a slime gadget called the Slime Hoop. Yep, you can play basketball, and the slimes are the balls. Once you get your inventory size to 50 per slot, you can literally shoot hundreds of free-throws in less than a minute. (Do not try this at your ranch. Be far away. Far. Away.)
– The kids: It’s fun, adventurous, no blood, no cursing, your "gun" doesn’t shoot bullets (though I once nailed a Rock slime with a Pogofruit and sent it flying off a cliff – in my defense, it was standing on the edge, but the smile on its face as it sailed to its doom broke my heart).
– Parents: Watch your fruit-loving slimes throw a tantrum at dinner when they refuse to eat their veggies you spent your valuable time collecting just for them. Ungrateful brats.
– The "I really need a break" guy/gal: Say no more. Lose yourself in amusing and being amused by very lovable slimes. Their needs are now yours. Feel the satisfaction as they smile at you after being fed. Explore the beautiful and sometimes mysterious world around you. Just 5 more minutes.
– The businessman/woman: Round up the cattle. Feed them. Collect the product. Watch the stock market. Cash in. Get rich. Repeat.
You will enjoy it regardless.
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The game has a huge amount of potential. The art and music are perfect for the setting and the gameplay is fun and addicting. The only problem with this game is lack of content, which is to be expected since it just hit early access. If your looking for a complete package i would reccomend waiting for a few more updates before buying. If the developers stay on top of this game and release frequent meaningfull updates this game could become a real gem.