Slime Rancher

  1. While Slime Rancher has elements of farming, it takes place in space. The game puts you in the shoes of Beatrix and sends you to your new home. You'll quickly find that there are slime bugs living all around your new ranch. With the space gun you get in the opening moments, you can grab those slugs and pull them into your bag.
  2. Slime Rancher is a first-person, sandbox game by the indie studio, Monomi Park. The game is available in Windows, MacOS, Linux, PS4 and Xbox One. In the game, you control a slime rancher character named Beatrix LeBeau, the setting of the game is in a distant alien world called ‘Far Far Range.’.
  3. Slime Rancher is the tale of Beatrix LeBeau, a young plucky rancher who sets out for a life a thousand light years away from Earth on the 'Far, Far Range' where she tries her hand at making a living wrangling slimes.With a can-do attitude, plenty of grit, and her trusty vacpack, Beatrix attempts to stake a claim, amass a fortune, and avoid the continual peril that looms from the rolling.
Fear on slime faces in first version
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SRML (Slime Rancher Mod Loader) SRML (Slime Rancher Mod Loader) is a completely open source dual mod loader and modding framework for (you guessed it) Slime Rancher. Slimes; By veesusmikelheir; 2.8MB; 457- View mod page; View image gallery; More Vaccables. Slime Rancher is the tale of Beatrix LeBeau, a plucky, young rancher who sets out for a life a thousand light years away from Earth on the 'Far, Far Range' where she tries her hand at making a living wrangling slimes. With a can-do attitude, plenty of grit, and her trusty vacpack, Beatrix attempts to stake a claim, amass a fortune, and avoid.

Slimes are the little gelatinous alien balls that live in the Far, Far Range. There are several different species, and each has unique traits used to identify them. They do not despawn and respawn in certain areas. They can either be categorized by their diet, general behavior towards the rancher, or their location. You will find a short summary of each slime on this site. Visit the main articles linked for a more in-depth description with gameplay tips. To see more info about the plorts of slimes, click here.

  • 1Kinds of slimes

Kinds of slimes


These guys are called slimes. Each one is different in its own way like, Phosphor Slimes can slightly fly or glide, honey slimes have tasty plorts that attract slimes faster than any other plort would, the rock slime can produce damage if you get too close, the boom slime explodes, the rad slime has a radiation aura surrounding it and if you go in, you get damage, dervish slime can make big tornadoes, Tangle slime can push vines out of the ground and try to get any plorts or food with the vines, the mosaic slime can attract slimes and also can set anything on FIRE, quantum slime can make 'ghost' versions of itself and teleport to that clone, puddle slimes are known to be shy, tabby slimes are the cutest, hunter slimes can be almost entirely invisible, Chrystal slimes push crystals out of the ground and if you step on them, you deal damage, The fire slime is REALLY on FIRE, the lucky slime shoots in the air and rains coins, and last but not least, the pink slime is the first cutie you see and the most seen in the whole game it is entirely impossible to go to a single place without a single pink slime.

Pink SlimeRock SlimePhosphor SlimeTabby SlimeBoom SlimeHoney Slime
Puddle SlimeRad SlimeCrystal SlimeGold SlimeLucky SlimeHunter Slime
Quantum SlimeTangle SlimeDervish SlimeMosaic SlimeFire SlimeMeteor Slime
Saber SlimeFeral Slime

Meteor Slime

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The Meteor Slime was originally going to be added in the 0.6.0 update. It would’ve rained down from the sky in a ball of fire, and was sort of like an “inverse Boom Slime”. However, they thought it wouldn’t make much sense, so they scrapped it and replaced it with either the Dervish Slime or the Fire Slime. In an interview with Nick Popcovitch on rockpapershotgun, you can see some failed Meteor Slime designs. One is purple with a bright yellow star on it, one was just a rock, and the last one was a brown Slime with rock around its face (that design is my favorite). The Meteor Slime may return in a future update.

Leepsung Slime

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The Leepsung Slime has not even been mentioned. But in the code there is a diet for a “Leepsung Slime”. It remains a mystery.


Arachnid Slime

On Chris Lum’s Twitter profile picture, there is a slime design that has a lot of bright, bulging red eyes, and what looks like ears or fangs. It is unknown if this Slime will make an appearance in-game.

Felyne Slime

On Twitter, Victoria Joh made a design for a “Felyne Slime” (tweet by Kara Holmes). It might just seem like a joke, but Nick Pipcovich retweeted it, so maybe?

Quicksilver Slime

The Quicksilver Slime was added in the 1.2.0 Mochi’s Megabucks Update. A load is currently known about this Slime. People are uploading Quicksilver Slime pictures at a slow rate. Also, there was an alpha model test for the Slime in the 1.1.0 gamefiles. It wasn’t a lot though. It was just a Fire Slime that does not produce fire but produces grey plorts with shocks in it and moves very fast.


The Tarr, Largo Slimes, Feral Slimes and Gordo Slimes are considered 'Special Slimes'. The reason behind that is because they aren't really like your normal slimes like the Pink slime and Tabby Slime. The only things they all have in common is they are based on food, like the Tarr would eat everything in its path except veggies, fruit, backdrop decor, and water, Largo slime have bigger appetites, Feral slimes are mean until fed, and gordo slimes need to be fed a certain amount to food to burst loot and it's slimes. Another thing that they all have in common is that none of them can go in your vac pack unless you use certain mods that will allow you to suck up gordo slimes, tarrs, largos, and feral slimes.

The TarrLargo SlimesFeral SlimesGordo Slimes

See also

Slime Rancher

Boom Slime • Gold Slime • Honey Slime • Phosphor Slime • Pink Slime • Puddle Slime • Rock Slime • Tabby Slime • Rad Slime • Lucky Slime • Hunter Slime • Crystal Slime • Mosaic Slime • Fire Slime • Dervish Slime • Tangle Slime
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Slime Rancher
Developer(s)Monomi Park
Publisher(s)Monomi Park
Skybound Games (consoles)
Composer(s)Harry Mack
ReleaseAugust 1, 2017
Mode(s)Single player

Slime Rancher is a first personlife simulationadventure video game developed and published by American indie studio Monomi Park.[1] The game was released as an early access title in January 2016, with an official release on Windows, macOS, Linux and Xbox One on August 1, 2017.[2] A PlayStation 4 version was released on August 21, 2018. A DLC Known as the secret style pack was released on June 18, 2019.


In-game screenshot showing the VacPack nozzle, a few 'Pink' slimes, and a 'plort' (lower-left)

The game is played in an open world and from a first-person perspective. The player controls a character named Beatrix LeBeau, a rancher who moves to a planet far from Earth called the Far Far Range to live the life of a 'slime rancher', which consists of constructing her ranch and exploring the world of the Far Far Range in order to collect, raise, feed, and breed slimes. Slimes are gelatinous living organisms of various sizes and characteristics.[3][4][5][6]

The game's main economical aspect revolves around feeding slimes the appropriate food items so that they produce 'plorts', which can then be sold in exchange for Newbucks, which are used to purchase upgrades to the rancher's equipment or farm buildings. The player moves the character around a variety of environments, and can collect slimes, food items and plorts by sucking them up with their vacuum tool (called a 'Vacpack', a portmanteau of vacuum and backpack). They can only store a limited number of items and item types at a time and must go back to their ranch to unload their collected items before being able to collect more. The player must buy and upgrade various enclosures to house their collected slimes and farms for storing their food. Upgrades can also be aesthetic upgrades to the character's home, vacuum, and ranch itself.

Different types of slimes can be combined and enlarged by feeding a slime a plort from another species, making them noticeably larger and able to produce multiple plorts.[7][8][9] However, if a slime combines more than three traits by eating two different plorts it becomes an aggressive malevolent black slime called the 'Tarr', which devours all other slimes around it. The player can pump fresh water from ponds and springs to splash and disintegrate the Tarrs.

Slime rancher map

There are different kinds of slimes in the game, which all differ from small traits like simple ears, wings and tails, to the ability to teleport or grab a chicken via a vine that emerges from the ground.Docile (when not feral) and farmable slimes include: Pink, Phosphor, Tabby, Quantum, Honey, Puddle, Tangle, Saber, Hunter and Dervish. Directly or indirectly harmful and farmable slimes are: Rock, Fire, Boom, Crystal, Mosaic and Rad.Rare non-farmable slimes include: Gold and Lucky.There are also special non-farmable Quicksilver and Glitch slimes found in mini games.Most slimes also have a Gordo version of themselves. These are found across the Far Far Range. Players can shoot food items at them until they explode, to gain farmable, normal types of the slime. When exploded they also produce crates containing random loot as well as either a teleporter or 'slime key' which allow access to new areas or fast-travel between known areas.


Slime Rancher Early Access
Review scores
Games Mojo[11]
TD Game Club75/100[12]
Keen Gamer83/100[13]
Slime Rancher
Aggregate score
MetacriticPC: 81/100[14]
XONE: 80/100[15]
PS4: 69/100[16]
Review scores
Game Informer8.5/10[18]
PC Gamer (UK)65%[19]
New Game Network77%[20]

The Early Access version of the Slime Rancher received generally positive reviews. Heather Alexandra from Kotaku noticed some bugs, but gave the game a positive review, saying that 'I'm not usually a fan of games with catharsis but when I return to my bright and goofy farm at the end of the day? I can't help but smile as wide as my slimy little friends.' [sic][8] Phillip Grobler from LevelSkip enjoyed Slime Rancher, giving the game a score of 4.3 out of 5 stars: 'this game is very fun already and I will recommend anyone to go and check it out'.[10] Steve Neilsen from Games Mojo awarded it 4.4 out of 5 stars, stating that 'Slime Rancher is fun and addictive game, with a fun premise and cute creatures. The cartoon style graphics look amazing, and gameplay is clever and full of cute.'[11]

The full release of the game got a score of 81/100 on Metacritic,[14] with reviewers saying it had the ability to keep you hooked for hours.[18] Reviewers also said it was relaxing and cathartic, but quite repetitive,[17] and successfully taps into the addictive nature of farming simulators.[20]

By May 2017, the game had sold over 800,000 copies.[21] By February 28, 2019, the game had sold 2 million copies.[22]

In Game Informer's Reader's Choice Best of 2017 Awards, the game tied in third place along with Forza Motorsport 7 for 'Best Microsoft Game', while it came in second place for 'Best Simulation Game'.[23][24] The website also gave it the award for the latter category in their Best of 2017 Awards.[25]Avadon the black fortress download.


Award nominations for Slime Rancher
2017Golden Joystick Awards[26]Best Indie GameNominated
Xbox Game of the YearNominated
The Game Awards 2017[27]Best Debut Indie GameNominated
2018National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers Awards[28][29]Game, Original ActionNominated
Game, SimulationNominated
14th British Academy Games Awards[30][31]Debut GameNominated


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  7. ^Whitaker, Jed (January 6, 2016). 'The adorable Slime Rancher might be the next big indie hit'. Destructoid. Retrieved February 6, 2016.
  8. ^ abAlexandra, Heather (October 11, 2016). 'Slime Rancher Is A Great Relaxation Game'. Kotaku. Retrieved August 18, 2017.
  9. ^Estrada, Marcus (December 29, 2015). 'Slime Rancher Gives You a Taste of the Fantasy Farming Lifestyle'. Hardcore Gamer. Retrieved February 7, 2016.
  10. ^ abGrobler, Phillip (September 7, 2016). 'Slime Rancher Review'. Level Skip. Retrieved June 6, 2017.
  11. ^ abNeilsen, Steve (May 29, 2017). 'Slime Rancher Review'. Games Mojo. Retrieved June 6, 2017.
  12. ^None, Deny (January 27, 2017). 'Slime Rancher Review'. TD Game Club. Retrieved June 6, 2017.
  13. ^Catalyst, Jamy (February 28, 2017). 'Subway Surfers Review'. Keen Gamer. Retrieved June 6, 2017.
  14. ^ ab'Slime Rancher for PC Reviews'. Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved August 20, 2017.
  15. ^'Slime Rancher for Xbox One Reviews'. Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved May 5, 2019.
  16. ^'Slime Rancher for PlayStation 4 Reviews'. Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved May 5, 2019.
  17. ^ abPeterson, Joel (August 10, 2017). 'Review: Slime Rancher'. Destructoid. Retrieved August 20, 2017.
  18. ^ abJuba, Joe (August 2, 2017). 'Slime Rancher'. Game Informer. Retrieved August 20, 2017.
  19. ^Byrne, Katharine (August 7, 2017). 'Slime Rancher review'. PC Gamer. Retrieved August 20, 2017.
  20. ^ abAlex V (August 10, 2017). 'Slime Rancher Review'. New Game Network. Retrieved August 20, 2017.
  21. ^'Author tweet'. Twitter.
  22. ^https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/337709/Gooey_ranchemup_Slime_Rancher_has_sold_over_2_million_copies.php
  23. ^Cork, Jeff (January 4, 2018). 'Reader's Choice Best of 2017 Awards'. Game Informer. Retrieved January 7, 2018.
  24. ^Cork, Jeff (January 4, 2018). 'Reader's Choice Best of 2017 Awards (Page 4)'. Game Informer. Retrieved January 7, 2018.
  25. ^Game Informer staff (January 4, 2018). 'Game Informer's Best of 2017 Awards (Page 4)'. Game Informer. Retrieved January 5, 2018.
  26. ^Gaito, Eri (November 13, 2017). 'Golden Joystick Awards 2017 Nominees'. Best in Slot. Retrieved January 5, 2018.
  27. ^Makuch, Eddie (December 8, 2017). 'The Game Awards 2017 Winners Headlined By Zelda: Breath Of The Wild's Game Of The Year'. GameSpot. Retrieved January 5, 2018.
  28. ^'Nominee List for 2017'. National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers. February 9, 2018. Retrieved February 18, 2018.
  29. ^'Horizon wins 7; Mario GOTY'. National Academy of Video Game Trade Reviewers. March 13, 2018. Retrieved March 15, 2018.
  30. ^deAlessandri, Marie (March 15, 2018). 'Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice at forefront of BAFTA Games Awards nominations'. MCV. Retrieved March 16, 2018.
  31. ^Makedonski, Brett (April 12, 2018). 'BAFTA names What Remains of Edith Finch its best game of 2017'. Destructoid. Retrieved April 13, 2018.

External links[edit]

  • Official website

Slime Rancher Multiplayer

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