Fat Slice 2


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ArtbegottiFat Slice 2How would you like a nice slice of pie? You name the flavor, you can have a slice. All you have to do is cut it for yourself in Aaron Neugebauer's Fat Slice 2, an action puzzler where you've got to make some slick slices to get your just desserts.

Just like in the prequel, your task is to click and drag your mouse through each shape to slice it down to a more digestible size. You can make your slice between any two open edges, and your slice is allowed to curve, so you have more freedom with your cuts than before. You can't slice through white borders (though they can be cut off with a bit of planning), and you need to avoid letting the bouncing white balls hit an active slice, or else your progress may be knocked back. Cutting the size of the field to the specified quota unlocks the next level, while doing so in fewer slices gives you more slices of deeeeelicious pie. Just be careful, because later levels hold devious twists like flickering white borders and neverending pies! Grab another cup of coffee and don your best fork, since this pie-fest only ends when you conquer Fat Slice 2.

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Username July 19, 2012 2:50 PM

Win XP Pro machine running FF here, the game won't load, just a grey box where it should be. Any ideas?

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Tested on Windows 7 and Windows XP in Firefox, IE, and Chrome. Game loads fine. Try updating your Flash Player?

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Username July 19, 2012 5:07 PM

Thanks, but still no joy.

Since I have your ear, any idea why I have to login every day I go to make a comment, even though I check the box to remember me? Before the site overhaul a few weeks/months ago, I'd stay logged in for a very long time before I had to login again.

[We're still looking into that. The scripts are not respecting the session timeout variable, and I don't know why. Hopefully I'll have a fix for that soon. Sorry you're still having trouble with this game. I've had others on the team check and nobody can reproduce what you're seeing. So, it must be a configuration setting, browser extension, or perhaps firewall issue on your local computer or network. -Jay]

[UPDATE: I think we've fixed the commenter cookie expiration issue. The next time you are forced to login should be the last time for at least a year. :) -Jay]

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This is a fun and challenging game that gets an unintended difficulty boost from unreliable ball physics in the later levels. The concept is great, and I had a blast in the early levels.

Unfortunately when I got to the later levels, where the field is constantly expanding, something about the movement or the scaling of the field makes the obstacle balls behave extremely unpredictably. Several times balls which should have bounced, instead "stuck" to the wall and ground along it, or glitched through barriers and into sequestered sections of the field. The last two levels in particular had significant problems with balls bouncing on nonexistent edges, or ignoring the real edges. I actually was only able to solve the second-to-last field because all but two of the balls glitched out of the play area and flew off the screen entirely.

Definitely worth a play, even with the ball issues.

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