Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle Will Be Removed From the Market Soon
Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle’s creator confirms that the game will be removed from digital marketplaces very soon. Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle is a free-to-play episodic puzzle game produced by Blue Wizard Digital, who also created Slayaway Camp, a similar horror puzzle game. Killer Puzzle was initially launched in 2018, and players take on the role of renowned horror icon Jason Voorhees as he murders a number of campers in a blocky, chibi-find recreation of the events. This includes a wide range of locations and themes spanning the franchise’s history, from Camp Crystal Lake to Jason X’s space station.
In contrast to Illfonic’s short-lived Friday the 13th: The Game, this is just the fourth game to use the well-known horror IP. Despite the horror franchise’s long-lasting history, it has also gone through a bumpy ride of legal disputes that have damaged a number of initiatives, including the suspension of production of Illfonic’s multiplayer game. This licenced game seems to be in a similar scenario, since Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle will be deleted from all digital shops in January.