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New York Slice
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- For 2 to 6 players
- Plays in 30 minutes
- Ages 8 and up
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|Age Range Description||96 months to 1200 months||8 years to 18 years||96 months to 9600 months||8 years to 18 years||10 years +||144 months to 180 months|
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|EU Toys Safety Directive Age Warning||Not suitable for children under 36 months||Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision||Not suitable for children under 36 months||Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision||Not suitable for children under 36 months||Not suitable for children under 36 months|
|Item Dimensions||29.97 x 4.39 x 33.02 cm||4 x 18 x 18 cm||7.11 x 25.5 x 25.5 cm||7.8 x 22 x 16 cm||20.32 x 5.08 x 20.32 cm||29.46 x 7.11 x 29.46 cm|
|Number of Players||6||2-4||12||2-8||—||5|
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You've just been given a shot at being the head chef at the prestigious New York Slice pizza parlor. Now you and your fellow pizza chef wannabes have to make the most amazing pizzas...one slice at a time!In New York Slice, a revised version of Piece o' Cake, each player slices pizzas into portions, giving their opponents first choice, while they take the leftovers. There are a dozen kinds of pizza to work with, from veggie to hawaiian to meat lover's, and each player decides if they want to eat or keep some of the slices, building the best collection of pizzas possible!In this release, each time a player slices a pizza, there's a different special to go along with it, whether it's allocated to one of the portions or placed on its own. Specials provide the player with special powers or points, such as calling dibs on a slice before the pizza is divided, getting one of the normally-out-of-the-game "mystery slices', having an opportunity to "sneak a slice" by moving it from one portion to another when they choose, and many morethere are 14 different "Today's Specials" in the game.Some slices have anchovies on them (yuck!), which are worth negative points to anyone who collects them but anchovies might show up on different pizza types you're collecting, so in order to have the majority of a type, you just might have to collect one with anchovies on it!If you tie another player for the most slices of a type, neither of you gets any points but a bunch of slices have two types of pizza on them, with each combo slice being worth half a slice of each type, which is great for breaking ties.The dollops of whipped cream in the original game generally aren't accepted on pizza slices as a topping, but instead most slices have pepperoni on them, which you can eat for points (instead of collecting to go for the majority of each slice type).
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My teen daughter is very picky about the games she will play, or enjoy, but this is one that she even sounds happy to play, sometimes.
Good for 2-6, it says it's a party game, but we hate most party games, and don't feel this is one, or is your usual one, so don't let that scare you off if you don't like party games.
I've even tried this solo, once, playing both sides of the two player game, to see how I would score, and for the differing challenge and puzzle that dividing the pizza up that way presents. You just have to be clear from which players perspective you are playing when setting out the next pizza and dividing it. Playing this way is more of an optimization puzzle with two perspectives, and the chance to play both, and see how it goes. I enjoyed it, though playing with people is more fun, it was definitely enjoyable.
The game is very fun: One player splits the pizza then you collect sets of pizza slices & try to get the majority for those sets to score, or you can eat the slices with pepperoni for guaranteed points. Anchovies are negative points. Special orders tiles let you bend the rules and keep it interesting between games.
The only negative is the insert. I took it out and bagged the components, so now everything fits just right with no problems.
This is a fun game. The game was well designed and is of good quality.
So the way scoring is going to work at the end of the game is each slice has a number on it. Whoever has the most slices of that number at game end gets that number of points, this is also the number of slices of that pizza so the more points it is worth the harder it will be to obtain sole majority. You can also eat slices for immediate points (if it has pepperoni on it) and anchovies on your slices lose you points. Finally, there are power cards, one of which is drawn each round and added to one of the selections. These can be worth points or give the player an action or special ability.
This is just an all around superb game. It's not the deepest or most engaging but it's deep enough to actually make you consider your decisions, especially as the "slicer". And it can be played and taught to almost anybody of all ages.