Singing Slime is a Cursed Artifact found in the Lost Island Rising level of Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions).
Each of these jars of colored slime sings a part in a wordless, barbershop style harmony.
The origin of these colorful jars of slime is not known but it can't be all bad. I mean they're singing barbershop, right?
Where to Find It
In the Field: After entering the Slime Labs and rescuing Winston, instead of going up the stairs, go to the big pipe on the far left and use the P.K.E. Meter. The Rookie will hear the slime singing before the signal is picked up.
At the Firehouse: The jars are on top of the fridge in the kitchen.
The Singing Slime was sighted on a shelf behind the band Dante Barnes belonged to when it performed at a venue in Seattle.
- The Singing Slime likely were part of Shandor's experiments in creating new sub-classes of Ectoplasm. Singing barbershop may be a reference to music's positive influence on Mood Slime as researched by Egon and Ray in Ghostbusters II with Jackie Wilson's "Higher and Higher."
Ghostbusters: The Video Game
- Ongoing Series
- Ghostbusters Issue #12