If you had a burning passion to cut up fruit for sheer pleasure, then why not give slicing up quadrilateral shapes a go in Gaz Thomas's new physics puzzle game, 3 Slices 2. As a sequel to the well received 3 Slices, you need to trim out a certain percentage of the red and blue blocks off the screen in a total of three, count 'em, THREE swipes. You chop apart the blocks by clicking and dragging a line across the polygons while physics handles the rest. Watch them slide, tumble, and float off screen to fulfill your goal as your decisive slices can go from careful, puzzle gaming success to a hack 'n' slash failure fest.
The cozy, casual sequel contains another twenty levels of puzzle action that will hinder even the best puzzle solvers. With no repeated puzzles from the first game, players can expect an exciting experience that you will surely appreciate. Not only will red blocks fall down under gravity's weight, but blue blocks defy gravity and float up to bring more complexity to these tough puzzles. A second play-through for 100% gold target percentages on every level will lead to more brain strain and replay ability. The enjoyable gameplay everyone liked from before, such as secret 1900% clear rate challenge, is still there but updated with new obstacles to keep both your attention and the game from going stale. When you need to cut yourself a break from your busy day, give this pleasant puzzler a look.