Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut Slashing Onto eShop

Some romantic news for this February 14th… the offering of Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut from Blue Wizard Digital and Digerati will arrive in the eShop in March.

The game is inspired by 80’s slasher horror flicks, where you as the player control a murderous protagonist making your way through hundreds of isometric puzzle-based levels as you mutilate and squash your intended victims. Skullface is thirsty for revenge, and you’re going to help! How sweet.

If you’re not keen on seeing blood spatters all over your screen, you can set the game to ‘PG’ mode—though if that’s your main area of concern, we’re going to wonder about your priorities, considering the description of the game in the first place…

Check out the feature list below, and keep in mind—this is a team that has worked on Peggle and Bejeweled, so in theory they know exactly what they’re doing. Up for a little murdery fun? This might be the game for you.


  • Includes the base game and the following additional content: Deluxe Edition, My Gory Valentine, HellCamp, Monthly Murderers Series 1 & 2, Supernatural Forces, and Santa’s Slay
  • 300+ Fiendish puzzle levels to massacre your way through
  • 60+ Killers to cause comical carnage with, including deranged wackos such as Mutant Hillbilly, Kevin, and the killer inter-dimensional clown: THAT
  • 90+ Gorepacks with delightfully OTT kill scenes to shock and entertain
  • Not a fan of comic ultraviolence? No problem! Enjoy the sanitised safety of PG Mode for a bloodless and gore-free good time
  • Intense finger action! Play using touchscreen controls in handheld mode
  • Starring Mark Meer (Cdr. Shepard from Mass Effect) as Skullface and Derek Mears (Jason from Friday the 13th) as Jessica
  • Genuine hair-metal soundtrack by legendary Canadian group GNÜ TRUNTION
  • Created by Jason Kapalka (Peggle, Bejewelled), Nate Schmold & Jessi Ross (Cosmochoria) and Ido Yehieli (Cardinal Quest)
  • Slayaway Camp was recently selected as an overall winner at the annual Google Play Indie Games Festival


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Micah has been playing games since his first pong machine, and has been writing for as long as he could grip a pencil and not drool on the paper. So, for about a week.

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