JellyTeam L.L.C.
Based in Washington, USA

Press / Business Contact: contact@superslimearena.net


Windows, Mac, Linux
Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One

Release date:
January 23, 2018 (PC)
TBA 2019 (Consoles)


Super Slime Arena is a multiplayer party fighting game embracing equal parts accessibility and chaos. Every slime has a unique attack and every attack is a one-hit-KO. Every time your slime gets KO'd, you respawn as a different character. True mastery demands understanding of 32 slimes with unique qualities, and learning how their abilities interact in over a thousand possible match-ups!

Play on 12 unique stages in 5 different game modes. Dive in to the chaotic action of Shuffle mode, or carefully consider each matchup while picking and counter-picking slimes for Elimination mode. Explore the wilds of the Rainbow Jungle, ricochet off walls in Lucky Neko Pinball, or fight between high-speed trains at Slime Station.

Enjoy handmade 16-bit pixel art backgrounds and an original retro-inspired soundtrack from Slime Girls, Red&Green, Shannon Mason (Pongball), Harry Lodes, Ruri Matsumura, Jean of mArc, Commandycan, Mark Sparling, Alex Sanchez, Alejandro Moros, Sean Thornton, Rob Karpay, Rachel Hartanto, and Kommisar!

Fight with all of your friends, and all of your controllers! Enter the arena using nearly any controller from retro to modern, fight sticks or flight sticks, plastic guitars and bongos! We don't put any limits on which controllers you can use, or how many controllers you can use. The game supports as many players as you have controllers for, both local and online!

Inspired by a plethora of 90's Japanese console games and modern party game classics, Super Slime Arena seeks to capture the unique joy of playing together in a friendly and approachable fighting game for everyone!


JellyTeam was started by two Northeastern University students, Mark Trueblood and Oskar Strom, who first started working together on various projects in their game design courses. The original concept for Super Slime Arena was created by Mark in his game interface design class where he worked with Oskar to create a prototype which the two have been working on in their spare time ever since.

Having been successfully Greenlit on Steam in 2015 JellyTeam has continued polishing Super Slime Arena with release coming January 23rd, 2018. Fellow Northeastern alumni Liam Fratturo joined the team to develop our online systems and as another programmer.

Super Slime Arena has been exhibited at many major events across the America including PAX West, PAX East, GDC, Boston Festival of Indie Games, Otakon, and Play NYC as well as smaller local events in Boston and Seattle such as Playcrafting's Spring Expo and Player 1/Player 2.

In 2018 Super Slime Arena was chosen as one of the Indie MEGABOOTH selections to be brought to BitSummit in Kyoto where JellyTeam met with DANGEN Entertainment and signed a publishing agreement to bring the game to Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2019.


  • 32 unique characters and growing
  • 2-50+ Players (local and online, 2-8 players recommended)
  • Native support for a weird and wide variety of controllers with full customization
  • Awesome retro soundtrack by over a dozen different musicians
  • 5 Different Game Modes
  • 12 Different Stages, including a crossover Slime-san stage


Official Trailer YouTube Download

Opening Sequence YouTube Download


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Awards & Recognition

  • "DreamHack Indie Playground - Best Multiplayer" - Atlanta, Georgia November 16th, 2018
  • "BitSummit Vol. 6 Official Selection" - Kyoto, Japan May 12th, 2018
  • "Indie MEGABOOTH Selection at PAX East 2018" - Boston, Massachusetts April 5th, 2018
  • "Boston Festival of Indie Games Best Multiplayer" - Boston, Massachusetts September 23rd, 2017
  • "Gamepedia PAX Pick" - Seattle, Washington August 3rd, 2017
  • "Otakon Fan's Choice Award for Best Indie Developer" - Washington, D.C. September 13th, 2017
  • "Indie MEGABOOTH Selection at PAX West 2017" - Seattle, Washington Aug 1-4th, 2017
  • "Indie MEGABOOTH Selection at GDC 2017" - San Francisco, California Feb 27th - Mar 3rd, 2017
  • "Boston Festival of Indie Games Selection" - Cambridge, Massachusettes September 12th, 2015 & September 23rd, 2017

Selected Articles

  • "But if the sight of a squidgy, gelatinous battle royale doesn’t make you smile, are you really alive?"
  • - Sin Vega, Rock, Paper, Shotgun
  • "One dev's quest to support every controller you can plug into a USB port"
  • - Jay Allen, Gamasutra
  • "Single-screen, competitive brawlers might be a dime a dozen these days, but it’s rare to find one as unique and charming as Super Slime Arena." - Dustin Bailey, Gamepedia
  • "The pixel art used to represent the slimes and backgrounds is of great quality and it overflows with style and details... In conclusion, I really liked Super Slime Arena"
    - Henry Badilla, Operation Rainfall
  • "Super Slime Arena looks like it’ll be a blast with friends, and I can’t wait for a future release."
    - Draken DuBose, Blast Magazine

About JellyTeam

JellyTeam is Mark Trueblood, Oskar Strom, and Liam Fratturo. We're three friends who met in college and dream of slimes.


Mark Trueblood
Original Concept, Lead Programmer

Oskar Strom
Lead Artist, Co-Designer, Marketing

Liam Fratturo
Online Systems Engineer, Programmer

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