If you're looking for anime similar to That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, you might like these titles.
On the night his favorite MMORPG is scheduled to be shut down, veteran player Momonga stays logged in until the clock hits zero. The screen goes dark for only a few moments before he finds himself completely immersed in the online world of Yggdrasil. Left with all of his character’s devastating powers, total dominion over his loyal NPCs, and nothing better to do… Momonga decides to try his hand at taking over the world. All the hours he’s spent grinding and dungeon crawling have certainly paid off, and as he tests his strength on local rogues and legendary beasts he comes to realize that not one opponent can stand against his might. Embracing his new identity as the fearsome mage Ainz Ooal Gown, Momonga continues his search for bigger, badder adversaries. Leaving the people of Yggdrasil to wonder who exactly is trapped with who?
Both of these Animes (and mangas) main characters are extremely overpowered compared to other creatures and aren't human. Both of these overpowered creatures rule over others.
Both of them have a MC that is overpowered AF. Both of them were human but are not anymore. Both of the MC rule over others that are also powerful. Although Overlord is a dude going into a game and this is about a guy dying and reincarnating in another world.
Both of these feature a human MC who becomes an OP monster in another world, after which they start building a country / expanding their influence using their human intelligence and a number of strong servants.
Similar in some aspects, but Overlord is much more dark and sinister if you are into that kind of stuff. Slime is more light hearted and stuff. Both charachters are super strong and stuff.
In short what they have in common:
OP main character
Both are Isekai
Fantasy (Magic and other stuff)
Building own country
The main characther is also very powerfull and the have a big goal
Ains want to conquer the world
Rimuru end up to build a natioan
Kinda the same concept.
Isekai Anime where person gets permanently dragged into a new world. In Overlord its the perspective of an evil villan, in Slime its the "site of the monsters" party.
Both Animes base on the world building concept. Slime is in that regards a little bit less heavy on the building side and mixes action and strategy parts in a harmony together.
After a traffic accident, Kazuma Satou’s disappointingly brief life was supposed to be over, but he wakes up to see a beautiful girl before him. She claims to be a goddess, Aqua, and asks if he would like to go to another world and bring only one thing with him. Kazuma decides to bring the goddess herself, and they are transported to a fantasy world filled with adventure, ruled by a demon king. Now Kazuma only wants to live in peace, but Aqua wants to solve many of this world’s problems, and the demon king will only turn a blind eye for so long…
Both animes are comedy, adventure isekai in a fantasy world. But they are also total opposites that could balance each other quite well.
Both are comedies and isekai. Konosuba pushes more in comedy, Tensei Shitar Slime Datta Ken gives us more fights and super powers.
Sorry for my english im from Poland :)
Both are good comedies based on the MC being transported to another world and given "abilities", similar to an RPG setting, and then they have to survive and make their own lives again from scratch. If your sense of humour allows you to enjoy one of the two, then you will most likely enjoy the other as well.
Both series are isekai that feature quirky comedy, a weird cast, and all round ridiculousness.
These anime are two of a kind in succeeding in brining new life to the isekai genre. Surpringly Tensura is the more "serious" while Konosuba is more "comedic" but both are excellent overall shows that any anime fan can enjoy (even those not familiar with the tropes they're trying to parody).
though not directly similar, they both take a different approach to the "isekai" genre and are far more lighthearted than other titles in this genre.
i like them both and they're kinda similar
"Satou," aka Ichiro Suzuki is a programmer in the middle of a death march. He was supposed to be taking a nap but somehow wakes up in another world... What lies before him is what looks like the menu screen of the game he was working before his nap. He’s at a complete beginner stage at level 1. However, he had three “Meteor Showers” which could level a whole map. Suddenly, a whole group of lizardmen appears in front of him. In order to survive, Satou uses Meteor Shower, his level jumped to 310 and he became extremely wealthy. Whether it be dream or reality, Satou’s journey was now beginning.
They both revolve around a character coming from a normal Japan and ending up in a magical world where they have to learn about their magical abilities
They have similar premises. MC is an average human that somehow gets sent to a fantasy world and somehow gets overpowered. They are both at least a bit kind and prefer peace.
They're pretty similiar game world mechanics plus I always like MC who have OP trumpcards and the ensuing reactions of the people around them.
both are adventures in another world, where the protagonist is either reborn or tranported to another world .
They are both isekai anime and have OP main characters, if thats what your looking for and harem.
The main character is OP and it is where the character is tranported into another world where the main character can display their powers.
They resemble eachother when it comes to content. They also have similar feelings when you watch them.
Natsuki Subaru, an ordinary high school student, is on his way home from the convenience store when he finds himself transported to another world. As he's lost and confused in a new world where he doesn't even know left from right, the only person to reach out to him was a beautiful girl with silver hair. Determined to repay her somehow for saving him from his own despair, Subaru agrees to help the girl find something she's looking for...
Both MCs are brought to another world where magic exists and they're trying to find the place where they belong. While Re:Zero is more serious and TenSura is more oriented towards comedy, the story follows the adventures and the progress of the MCs and they have their similarities.
Both of these series center around a modern Japanese protagonist who is whisked away into a magical land. Both protagonists are fairly intelligent, or at least savvy enough to lay the foundation for their direction. Each series has an aspect of world-building and directly involve the protagonists in how relationships affect the developing plot. While there are some key differences in the respective struggles that each character deals with, there is a good chance that if you like one of these shows you'll like the other.
Both characters go through progression on a power-scale, and both are about starting life in another world. The pace and the swiftness/scale of progression for each main character are different, and Slime has more comedic elements than Re:ZERO, but both are dope.
Naofumi Iwatani, an uncharismatic Otaku who spends his days on games and manga, suddenly finds himself summoned to a parallel universe! He discovers he is one of four heroes equipped with legendary weapons and tasked with saving the world from its prophesied destruction. As the Shield Hero, the weakest of the heroes, all is not as it seems. Naofumi is soon alone, penniless, and betrayed. With no one to turn to, and nowhere to run, he is left with only his shield. Now, Naofumi must rise to become the legendary Shield Hero and save the world!
it is very interesting to see how the mc becomes strong from zero and also the story is not like the the other isekai anime it is a new story with a great plot. hope u checkout my recommendation(sorry for grammer mistakes)
I must admit that I was very surprised with either animes. Let me explain why.First of all, I am the kind of person that has gotten very bored with the "Virtual world" plot that we have been fed massively ever since the initial release of Log Horizon (which is really good let's not deny it) and Sword Art Online (which is quite good plot-wise but overly extended to my mind). I was in a dire need of seeing something different. The Rising of the Shield Hero is an anime that starts in this Virtual World//Parallel World setting which really is a fantasy land and the plot slowly evolues in something that isn't quite what we had expected, in a manner quite similar to That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime.
What I enjoy is that it isn't your average "aventure", but instead focuses a lot on the Character evolution and both animes explore thoroughly the sides of their characters.
If you liked either of these, you are sure to enjoy the other one!
If you liked this, then you will probably like this too. As they are both isekai fantasy stories, though one takes a darker turn than the others comedic and cheerful take.
It is said that the spirit who stood at the helm of the night parade of a hundred demons was the supreme commander of all monsters and lord of Pandemonium, Nurarihyon. Young Rikuo comes from the bloodline of Nurarihyon and is one-quarter demon. Though he has the ability to communicate with, and command youkai he has no intention of succeeding his grandfather as head of the Nura clan, instead choosing to live a normal human life. However, with his family and aides all waiting for him to fully accept the succession and his ‘Night Rikuo’ alter-ego determined to become the next leader, can the young schoolboy fight his fate as a Nura to lead the night parade?
In Nurarihyon the MC already has a clan, but goes on adventures with his clan-mates, while in Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken the MC builds his own clan and goes on adventures with his clan-mates.
Although Nurarihyon is more a more serious story, Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken is more comedy based, but both have similarities.
On August 20XX, a gate suddenly appears in Tokyo's Ginza district, unleashing a portal where monsters, medieval knights and other fantasy beings come from another world and wreak havoc on Tokyo. The Japanese Defense Force take action against these monsters and push them back into the "Gate". Third Reconnaissance Team is dispatched to the "Special Region" lead by officer (and otaku) Youji Itami. On their travels, they are joined by a beautiful elf girl who is a survivor from the dragon's rampage and guide the group across the dangerous new world.
Both of these shows are based around a modern, older Japanese protagonist who is whisked away into another world. There are some key differences in terms of their circumstances, but essentially both have prior knowledge of what they are getting into. Both are "otaku" to their respective varying degrees and appreciate the strange creatures they meet and don't think of themselves as superior. They treat who they meet as equals. As such, each series tends to focus on world-building and not strictly a straight-forward plotline. If you like one of these shows, there's a good chance you'll find something you like in the other as well.
A powerful wizard and sage, who has saved his world from calamity many times, comes upon a baby whom he adopts and names Shin. The baby is actually a man from our world reincarnated into the sage's world. The sage raises Shin, separated from the rest of society, and teaches him in the ways of magic. It is only when Shin turns 15 years old and sets out on his own journey that the sage remembers that he forgot to teach Shin the common sense and ways of the world. And so, with no experience at all in interpersonal communication and common society, Shin goes the capital of the Alsheid Kingdom to enroll in the capital's magic academy.
The spoiled rookie goddess Ristarte takes charge of salvation of a super hard mode world. She successfully summons a hero named Seiya Ryuguin who has a cheating-level status, but he is incredibly cautious...? When he buys his armors, "I want three. One to wear, one for spare, and one for spare when the spare is gone." In addition to keeping a massive amount of the stocks of items, he stays in his room for weight training until he reaches his maximum level. And even when he fights against a slime, he is cautious enough to use his full power.