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Slender: The Eight Pages

Windows - 2012

Also available on: Mac

3.95 / 5 - 20 votes

Description of Slender: The Eight Pages Windows

Slender: The Eight Pages, a really nice adventure game sold in 2012 for Windows, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Mac, time to play a survival horror video game title.

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The Classic Horror Game About Slender Man Slender: The Eight Pages is a survival horror game developed by Parsec Productions, owned and operated by Mark J. Originally released in June 2012 for Mac and Windows, Slender: The Eight Pages was. The latest version of Slender: The Eight Pages is 0.9 on Mac Informer. It is a perfect match for the Games category. The app is developed by Parsec Productions. Instead, the game centers strongly along the story and the experience of playing through a series of events, surviving the game's terrifying antagonist, the Slender Man, until you get through to the end. The Arrival is the prologue to the first slender game, Slender: the Eight Pages, which was itself an experimental game.

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Comments and reviews

Caleb2019-11-120 point

Wow! So cool!

Slendys Proxy2019-10-080 point

well its not that hard to play if he doesnt chase you

Anon2019-09-251 point

This Is The Best Game Ever Back In 2013 I Would Play This With My Friends And Get Spooked Thanks
Anon

Choppy Ninja2019-07-014 points

Wow! Can't believe it's been 7 years since this gem. Really a throwback to the glory days of YouTube and creepypasta horror. This game is what sparked an internet-wide phenomenon; very nostalgic.

retrogamerdude2018-06-256 points

cool

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  • Year:2012
  • Publisher:Parsec Productions
  • Developer:Parsec Productions

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Slender: The Eight Pages, originally known simply as Slender, is a free download indie-developed first-person survival horror video game released in June 2012 as a beta for Microsoft Windows and OS X, utilizing the Unity engine. The game is based on the fakeloric figure known as Slender Man, who is known for the abduction of children in mysterious, dark settings.
Slender is a first person horror game created by Parsec Productions where your only goal is to find 8 manuscripts about the Slender Man, a paranormal creature.
The more directly you come in contact with the Slender Man, the faster your sanity drains.
Tips:
- The enemy can capture you if it gets too close.
- Do not look at the enemy for too long, or you will lose. The further you are, the safer it is to look.
- Your flashlight has a limited battery; it will not drain when turned off. You also can look at the enemy
longer while it is off. However, having it off will make you easier to catch.
- Jogging/sprinting causes your stamina to drop; it recovers when walking, and recovers twice as fast when
standing still.
- Sprinting causes your maximum stamina to drop slightly; jogging does not.