How to get Slay the Spire for PC – Windows 10, Mac

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Download Slay the Spire app on your PC. Craft a unique deck, encounter bizarre creatures, discover relics of immense power, and Slay the Spire.

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What is Slay the Spire PC app?

It’s tricky when it comes to writing about games which have had massive success on other platforms long before the mobile version appears. There tends to be a lot of hyperbole or exaggeration, “The King is back”, “A masterpiece reborn”, etc. Maybe that’s a fair way to react about a genre-defining game coming to a new platform. Regardless of that though, there’s definitely a discussion to be had about the quality of the port, and how it handles on a new platform.

Slay the Spire for PC app has four playable characters that get unlocked through progression and through fulfilling a few requirements. They play very differently and I’d recommend sticking to one for the time being as you get your bearings of how the game plays and feels across multiple runs. Expect to die often as you learn to be better and you will definitely succeed as is the case with most roguelikes.

What does it offer?

The basic flow of the game is you starting out the bottom of the map on the first act and your aim is to slowly climb upwards as you make decisions on which path to take. This allows you some freedom because one path can have a merchant while the other has a surprise unknown node. You decide what to do based on your health and needs at the point in the run. Nodes on the map range from elites (minibosses), enemies, rest points, treasure, merchants, and finally bosses at the end.

After every successful encounter or battle, you are rewarded with a card, gold, and sometimes a potion. The unknown points can result in you earning relics (like accessories in RPGs), battles, or events that give you gold or harm you. Each run is different and the blend of so many things together makes you always have to think on your feet.

In terms of game modes, standard is a regular run as the name suggests where you pick one of the unlocked characters and try to reach the end of the three acts. Daily climb is a daily challenge with its own modifiers that has you competing on leaderboards. Custom mode disables achievements but lets you play around with the modifiers, ascension (challenge modifiers), and more.

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Interface

The first time that I played Slay The Spire for PC to any great depth was when it released on the Xbox One in September of last year. The UI between PC, Xbox One and Mobile is actually surprisingly similar, and my only real complaints about the Xbox One experience was that some of the buttons to get around menus were easy to forget.

Good news then. The app version’s use of the touch-screen is fantastic, there’s no clunky slide-up, or ‘hold a button to navigate menu controls’ as you might have found in a console version, however, some of the UI doesn’t quite feel right.

For a start, the confirm or skip buttons are regularly off toward the bottom right of the screen, an area that right-handed players would cover over with their wrist when they make a selection on-screen. While the affirmative is over there, the cancel button is about as close to the centre of the screen as a button could be – a little redesign here could have really minimised accidental misclicks.

App Details

NameSlay the Spire
Developer Humble Games
CategoryCard
Price$9.99
Size24 mb
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How to Install the Slay the Spire app on Windows and Mac

  1. You will need to install an Android emulator on your PC, I will recommend the BlueStacks emulator.
  2. Complete the installation of the emulator by following the on-screen instructions.
  3. Open the emulator and log in using your Google ID.
  4. Look for the PlayStore app on the home screen of the emulator and open it.
  5. Serch for the Slay the Spire app and click on the install button to start the process.

You can also use the Slay the Spire app on your smartphone as well.

FAQs

Is it possible to beat the Spire?

One of the many brilliant things about Slay the Spire for PC app is how often it’s possible to reach the end, whether or not I’m strong enough to beat the bosses. 60.3 percent of players have beaten The Shapes, the boss that appears at the end of the third act, but far fewer have reached and completed the ending beyond that.

How many bosses slay the spire?

Slaying all three bosses without taking any damage adds 200 points and overrides any previous flawlessness bonus. Wing Boots cannot be used to skip boss fights, as all paths in an Act lead to the floor that contains the boss.

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