Those who grew up with brothers and sisters, with whom you always had to split your candy bar, sandwich, cake and everything else into equal portions, may have perfected the skills needed to play Chef Slash. This new game challenges a person’s perception of space and size, requiring players to divide food items of all forms and sizes into equal parts.
And when we say equal, we mean accurate up to the hundredths. (That’s 2 decimal places after the decimal point, for those who forgot their grade school math). The cut food pieces in Chef Slash indicate the percentage of each segment in terms of surface area when you are done slicing.
For each stage in the game, you are given a limited amount of time to cut a given food item into the specified number of pieces on the screen. Adding to the difficulty of the game is the number of cuts allowable. Higher levels become increasingly more tricky due to the irregularity of the food shapes and the shorter time limit imposed.
Desktop demo: Play game
Mobile demo: Play here