Hi! I'm Bart Bonte, a Belgian independent game designer and bontegames.com is where I blog about new interesting browser and mobile games. My own games are all in the left column (or at the bottom of this page on mobile). More info about me and my games on bartbonte.com.
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^sighI'm glad you finally have something you can be proud of, Mary.
Anyway, played the first 15 or so rounds before getting bored. It's a nice concept, but it's so damn easy. Most of the puzzles don't even need all of the cuts -- I had to keep going back and making LESS efficient moves to make it happy.
Yeah, it's way too easy, and if you solve it without using all of the cuts, you have to go back and create fewer pieces so you can use all the cuts.It does get more interesting at level 21, where the blocks have numbers indicating how many times they are to be cut.
I love it, it's not about the minimal number of cuts PK, it's about making the number of requested cuts.
Finished. The last few were a little trickier, but still pretty easy.
Thanks for sharing! - I enjoyed it a lot! :-)
Good game. Should be played using the start over from scratch button only---I think.Thanks Bart
links not working. darn this old computer.
ok reached level 15 and got bored! it's nice but mostly solved by luck
Was simple but a good time filler. Should have added the piece requirement sooner.
Perhaps games should have options for progressing to higher levels more quickly, in case one is finding it easy.The requirement to make an exact number of pieces does add to the challenge in some of the numbered piece levels, making one divide the outer blocks a lot without much carving up a central block, with the limited number of slices.
Finished! I enjoyed it and especially appreciated the END :)
If you want to play a real game look up Ice Breaker. there at least 3 now.
Liked it a lot. Easy time waster :) Thanks, Bart, for posting!
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