New York Slice

New York Slice

Board Game
2-6 Players
About 30 Minutes
Grade 3 and Up
Game Schooler Recommendation

New York Slice starts with the “I split, you choose” concept, but instead of dividing a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, players divide pizzas into slices. With the divider taking the last pick, young gamers need to learn how to split the pizza wisely. Besides providing kids with intriguing decisions, New York Slice has a fun pizza theme that embodies the entire production, including a game box that opens like a pizza box and a rulebook that resembles a menu.

Game Overview

You’ve just been given a shot at being the head chef at the prestigious New York Slice pizza parlor. Join up to 5 fellow pizza chef wannabes to make the most amazing slice at a time! In this unique game, each player slices pizzas into portions, giving your opponents first choice, with you getting the leftovers. Do you eat those slices now or build up your pizza collection for end game points? There are all sorts of delicious pizza to work with, from Veggie to Hawaiian to Meat Lover’s! Massive amounts of pizza isn't tempting enough for you? Then how about some daily specials that add different end game scoring or special actions you can take during the game!

  • Competition Competition
    Develops healthy competitive habits as two or more parties compete for a goal that cannot be shared.
  • Risk Management Risk Management
    Players must identify, evaluate, and prioritize options to reduce the impact of unfortunate events or risks.
  • Spatial Perception Spatial Perception
    Strengthens a player’s understanding of the spatial relationships with the objects in their environment as well as themselves.
  • Tactical Thinking Tactical Thinking
    Challenges players to make decisions based on currently available information.
  • Resource Management Resource Management
    Boosts a player’s capacity to efficiently and effectively oversee available assets.
Game Details
  • Type: Family Game
  • Category: Board Game
  • Designer(s): Jeffrey D. Allers
  • Published: 2017
  • Game Length: About 30 Minutes
  • Players: 2-6 Players
  • 2017 - Mensa Recommended
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