Would not recommend anyone who is happy-go-lucky or have nightmares.
I played this game once and when the faceless guy and the thunder boom is on, I started screaming and almost got arrested! I would not recommend this game to anyone under the age of 14 or anyone who is probably happy all the time. Got nightmares too...
Parents,you should know that this MAY scare the TOO easily scared.There's no blood,gore,bad words (theres no talking in it AT ALL).So dont even bother reading this,just dont give you pee-your-pants child this game.
The game is OK but I'd recomend Five Nights at Freddy's (a horror game) instead
Like I said , the game is fine. It's a first person game. There's no blood but kids could be scared of the game. Slender-Man (the main monster) doesn't look scary because he doesn't have a face. It's the back story of the game that's scary so the game isn't so scary. However, the dark woods and old, abandoned sheds/buildings can definitely scare little kids. But the game's fine for teens and older tweens.
i think that for younger ages, it would be to scary for them to handle, cuz your being chased around by a demon with no face and when he catches you you die. but for older ages i think it would help with the quote " stranger danger "
Slender is not exactly scary (the only reason I am scared to play it is because I hate pop-up scares.) The only reason it is being considered disturbing at all is the fact that two rather foolish (or lieing) girls stabbed their friend 19 times. The gameplay is rather bad and there is no story at all.
Teen, 17 years oldWritten byFireFireApril 18, 2014
Slender-man is all over the internet and has a hell load worse than this. Slender-man is for 7+ because of Fear because the game does get intense at some times so some kids might be up all night crying. There is Gore because of when you walk around you see blood and slender-man pgs. have blood.
All in all, it is sort of a children's Horror game. It's not too scary, and good if you are 10-13, on a dark Halloween, for people who like scaring themselves about dudes who walk about and kidnap kids, but not very suitable for religious people who have read the storyline, as it involves soul- stealing.
Good for 12+. Ages 10-11 Parent Supervision required.
Parents need to know that Slender-Man is ... well, barely a game -- and not one of any discernible genre. Players wander through a field/forest hoping to avoid the Slender-Man enemy. When he approaches, the screen starts to go fuzzy and should he catch them, it stays fuzzy. While the game bills itself as a horror title, the app itself isn't scary. It's the knowledge of the myth behind the app -- in which Slender-Man stalks and kidnaps children -- that could make this a scary experience for kids under the age of 10.