Slices is a super addictive puzzle game that will get you hooked!
Tap in one of the outer circles to place the current slice. Complete a circle to blow it up along with adjacent circles. Complete levels to play with new slices!
Have fun ;-)
- Fun and easy to learn gameplay
- Amazing graphics and soundtrack
-Introduction to the Christmas Event including new slices!
Can you complete them all?
Thanks for playing Slices! Happy Holidays!
Ratings and Reviews
Ad Trap Pt. 2
This was already stated by the author of “Ad Trap”, but I figured I’d reiterate. I’ve literally never written an ad review in my life, and I’ve had an iPhone or an iPod for almost 10 years now. This is the first app that has ticked me off enough to directly let the developers and potential downloaders of it hear my opinion of it. That’s because this could be a really fun game, and I still play it a few times a day despite how much it ticks me off. I actually really like the game itself, that’s why it makes me so mad that it’s an Ad Trap as well as literally impossible to win sometimes. There is a simple strategy to win this in theory, it’s to prioritize your circles. For example, you get a top right piece and you place it a circle and try to put the next piece in the same one, and if you can’t, you place it in your second circle, or your third, and so on. So if the spawning of the pieces was balanced correctly, this should result in a win most times, but it hardly ever does after the first 4 or 5 levels. As the author of “Ad Trap” stated, sometimes you’ll literally get 5 or 6 of the same piece in a row or near each other, and then you may get a couple of others but then you’ll get another of that piece, or a multi-slice one that includes that piece, so you’re still screwed. I think I agree with the other review author in saying that this is just a poorly disguised excuse for an ad revenue machine. Fix. Your. Game. You. Slimy. Jerks.
Very poorly developed
This isn’t a puzzle game, yet its being advertised as one. I even paid for this, because the ads were just too crazy terrible, and the first couple rounds were simple and fun. But once you get about 5 rounds in, it becomes apparent that the pieces spawn in a completely random (or worse, intentionally impossible) order that forces you to lose the round. A puzzle game provides a set round with a set way to solve it. You can even tell these rounds are just a random set of pieces because when you fail and start over, it’s an entirely different round!
It just gets insanely frustrating when you get far in a round, and then you’re presented 7 of the same piece in a row and you automatically lose, no matter how you played any others piece the entire rest of the game. There’s also no satisfaction to finishing one round, because it’s not like you managed to get the placement right, figured out the puzzle, get to move on to another one. Because like I said, even if you fail the round, you’re given a totally new one regardless of if you technically advance or not.
The ads in this game are as awful as everyone says. But the game itself is only $3, so if you enjoy it, I personally think that’s a very reasonable trade off to just pay for it. It’s not loaded with micro transactions or a monthly fee, just the one time $3. So if you can tolerate this to level 7 (just to be safe), just pay for it.
Have you ever been doing 60 on a highway only to roll into a small town and have the speed limit suddenly drop to 30 or less? The police in these towns are always prepared for those who don’t slow down in time. They immediately set after you, blue lights ablaze. These towns are often commonly referred to as “speed traps” Well, this game is an Ad Trap.
I noticed as I was playing the game doesn’t correct itself for overdoing it on the repeat pieces. So I took my time and thought carefully about the placement of every single piece to ensure I wasn’t missing some way of solving the puzzle. No, even when the utmost care is taken to place every piece in exactly the right order and fill to completion as many circles as possible you can end a round with a score of 35 and nowhere else to put your right angled 1/6th of the pie. After you end a round by losing you’re given the option to play an Ad to continue or click the small x to start over. You’ll be played an Ad no matter which you choose. Click the home button instead? Ad. You will sometimes lose the same round 8 or 9 times even when planning your every move. I am convinced this is simply for the ad value. What could have been a very fun game and still has a great concept is absolutely ruined by the obscene number of unnecessary advertisements.
- Good Job Games Bilisim Yazilim ve Pazarlama AS
- 152.2 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 Good Job Games / Midnight Tea Srl
- In-App Purchases
- No Ads $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.