Ask for cheese, please! Today, Bézier Games announced a gooey good game to appease all the pizza loving fans in your life: New York Slice Legacy aims to serve a round (or square!) of great tabletop gaming later this year, with a tentative release date of late September. More details will be announced later at this year’s Gen Con.
New York Slice is an “I cut, you choose” game where players have to divide up a pizza knowing that they’ll end up with the section that none of their opponents want. The challenge is collecting the best pizza, avoiding anchovies, and getting the right specials to manage a victory!
New York Slice Legacy builds on the original game, and brings something entirely new to Legacy gaming by making it an edible experience! You can play the game with any pizza, so all you have to do is order in (or make your own!) and your game night is ready to start!
To top it all off, New York Slice Legacy’s campaign adds all new layers of strategy. With permanent changes each game, every decision (and every bite!) counts. Will you keep those slices as leftovers for next game, or will you fit them in now? Will you upgrade your plate size or your stomach? The choice is yours, but we know one thing for sure – this will be the most fulFILLING Legacy game you’ve ever played!
New York Slice Legacy can be played with 2-4 players, and each game takes about 45 minutes to play. The game contains plates for each player, a pizza cutter to help slice the portions each round, a scoring pad, all new player abilities, secret upgrades, and brand new specials that can even be added to the original game for more variety once the legacy campaign is complete!
Hungry for more New York Slice Legacy? We had a wonderful time with eating… erm, playing the game, and you can check out our Q & A with designers Ted Alspach and Jeffrey D Allers. You can view the announcement video above, and stay tuned for more delicious news here on Gaming Trend.
Elisha Deogracias is an aspiring accountant by day, freelance writer by night. Before writing for Gaming Trend, he had a small gig on the now defunct Examiner. When not being a third wheel with his best friends on dates or yearning for some closure on Pushing Daisies, he's busy catching up on shonen manga and wacky rhythm games. Mains R.O.B. in Smash. Still doesn't know if he's a kid or a squid.