A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

Slime Research Facilities is the 13th Godot Wild Jam winning game. It's a puzzle game made in 36 hours and that's being developed, we want to add new levels, new obstacles, new mechanics, new objects to merge with so you can have a great experience playing with the slime.

The slime is in a lab being tested, all the slime wants is the ice-cream at the end of the test so that's your goal. To solve the puzzles you have to merge with objects to get their properties and in this way you can get throught the obstacles to complete the stage.


We really hope you enjoy the game and find the puzzles entertained and a little bit challenging, this is an indie game so we really appreciate any feedback you can give us, regarding of the controlls, the aesthetics, the mechanics or anything you think we can improve, we listen to what the community has to say to grow and improve the game. Thanks in advance for reading this and hope you download the game and have fun!

This game is available for Windows, Mac and Linux, it was developed on Godot and supports keyboard and joystick controllers.


XBox Controller:

  • Merge and select: A
  • Unmerge and go back: B
  • Retry: Y
  • Quit stage: X

Nintendo Controller:

  • Merge and select: B
  • Unmerge and go back: A
  • Retry: X
  • Quit stage: Y

PS Controller:

  • Merge and select: cross
  • Unmerge and go back: circle
  • Retry: triangle
  • Quit stage: square

Keyboard Controller:

  • Merge and select: C
  • Unmerge and go back: X
  • Retry: R
  • Quit stage: esc
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
Authorsflor96, emrodk120, Lolo, Andres00
Made withGodot
Tags2D, Slime


slime_research_facilities_linux.zip 36 MB
slime_research_facilities_mac.zip 36 MB
slime_research_facilities_win.zip 34 MB

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Nice idea! I really like the mechanics and it makes you wonder what every object will do. Keep working on it! I see great potential.


I see a lot of potential in this idea, very good job :)