Off With Your Finger This Halloween: Finger Slayer Seasons Part 3 – Halloween Edition (iPhone) Review

I think I’ve just found my favourite Halloween-themed iPhone game in the form of Finger Slayer Seasons Part 3 – Halloween Edition. The game brings on 5 different gameplay modes, all of which depend on how well your level of concentration and reflexes work together. First up there’s the classic Finger Slayer game mode, whereby players place their finger on the guillotine circle and wait for the “3, 2, 1 & Go count” announcement to finish before releasing their finger (and thus avoiding the guillotine).


In Survival mode, players will need to slide a pumpkin left or right in order to avoid a single blade falling from any of the three blades on screen. Rapid Force mode is like Survival mode on steroids, whereby TWO out of the 3 blades will drop fall simultaneously. This by far is my favourite mode in Finger Slayer Seasons Part 3, simply because it’s crazy and requires Neo-like reflexes and intuition. LOL. Rapid Force and two other modes, Transformer and Killer are initially locked and can be unlocked when you have collected enough coins.

Coins can also be used to customise the game by purchasing costumes for the jack-0-lantern pumpkin and to replace the game’s background scene. If you need more coins quickly, there’s always the in-app purchase option available. One thing about Finger Slayer is that it’s bloody addictive. I’ve somehow worked my way up the leaderboards (provided by Game Center, same with the Achievements) and I can’t stop myself from trying to get higher scores.

Finger Slayer Seasons Part 3 – Halloween Edition is such a satisfying casual game, Nine Over Ten 9/10 rates it at a 4 out of 5. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. The game is available for free on the iTunes App Store, check it out over here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/finger-slayer-seasons-halloween/id468603007?mt=8

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