5,000 - 10,000 downloads
by Philip Lichtenwalner on 12/04/2014
Thinking persons game. If you like chess you probably would like this game.
by Ian Esplin on 07/04/2014
Best game ever .
by Kent Lanum on 31/03/2014
Had this game going back I bet 10 years ago on the WinMo platform. Simple yet as addictive as ever and just as much fun. Trust me as it is great fun!
by Joe Olinger on 29/03/2014
I've now played this game on three platforms and it doesn't get old. A great little strategy game, simple rules and can be very challenging on some maps.
by Colin Waring on 24/03/2014
I bought the "Windows Games" ten years or so ago when there were only 4 games in the bundle. I still keep my aging copies of Slay and Mother around for playing so was quite happy to spot this in the app store. I'd love to see Mother make an appearance as
by Evgeny Bespechansky on 21/03/2014
Very simple and nice game. My favorite even since Windows Mobile 6
by Nathan Denney on 20/03/2014
Originally simple, but still highly entertaining. Easy to pick up, and stay with!
by Brian Alpert on 14/03/2014
Slay, on its own, is easily a 5 star game. And this is a very competent, well made version of Slay. I do have a few issues with this port, but keep in mind these are essentially the only faults I can think of, and Sean O'Connor seems to be doing a good jo
by Allen Banks on 12/03/2014
Best game ever made. I played it on my pocket pc forever ago. Now I play it on my Galaxy Note 2 & Galaxy Note 3. The stylus makes it even better!
by dave tuttle on 02/03/2014
that you made this available on Android. I'm not an Apple fan but I kept my old Touch around just to play Slay.
by Ruddin Ardzi on 22/02/2014
Love the game. Good stratagy game. Online play is needed. 2-6 online players battling it out on a larger board.
by ,John Acosta on 22/02/2014
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by Kyle Kinsey on 18/02/2014
Used to play this all the time on pda's back in the day. Glad it is on a modern device once again!
by Lee Bradley on 13/02/2014
So, as a kid I found Slay on a PC demo disc. Ten years later, I'm psyched to find that Sean not only maintained Slay, but ported it to Android. Some reviews claim "Very Hard" is impossible. Not true. It simply requires a change in strategy. Put off joini