Finals are usually selected as round 5 of an Episode. In rare cases, they may be selected as round 3 (or 4) if there were highly attritional stages beforehand, or sometimes round 6 in cases where previous stages were slow to eliminate players.
The player limits for the finals can be used to figure out the pool from which are the eligible finals that may be picked, given a specific player count:
2-5: Fall Mountain, Jump Showdown, Royal Fumble, Roll Off
6: Fall Mountain, Hex-A-Gone, Jump Showdown, Royal Fumble, Roll Off, Thin Ice (all finals)
7-9: Fall Mountain, Hex-A-Gone, Jump Showdown, Roll Off, Thin Ice
10: Hex-A-Gone, Jump Showdown, Roll Off, Thin Ice
11-20: Hex-A-Gone, Jump Showdown, Thin Ice
There are some cases (e.g. Hex-A-Gone with 2-5 players left) where a final may be selected with less or more players than the agreed-upon minimum/maximum. This is likely unintentional, and in some cases may result in timeouts (see next section) being more likely to happen.
Almost all final rounds have a time limit of 5:00.
If this limit is reached in Hex-A-Gone, Jump Showdown, Thin Ice, and Roll Off, everyone remaining wins a crown.
If this limit is reached in Fall Mountain, everyone loses.
Royal Fumble, by contrast, ends after 1:30 instead.
As the game does not break ties, in rare cases it is possible for there to be multiple winners on Fall Mountain, or no winners if the last remaining players are all eliminated at the same time.
In extremely rare instances, nobody can win. This will occur if all remaining players hit the slime at the same time in rounds that have such a hazard. This is theoretically possible in Hex-A-Gone, Jump Showdown, Thin Ice, and Roll Off.
This will result in the game switching over to the normal qualification animation used between rounds, and then ejecting all remaining players, resulting in "0 Qualified!" being displayed. This screen holds until the players exits the game.
Stay atop the cracking ice to avoid the slime below!
A special Final variant of Slime Climb named Slime Final was introduced in the Slime Climb Timeplaylist on 5 April 2021. While this final appears to have a time limit of 2:20 like the original Slime Climb, realistically this time limit will not ever be reached.
This page was last edited on 28 April 2021, at 12:28.
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