Friday Fun: 3 Slices

By Akemi Iwaya on November 18th, 2011


Your weekend is almost here, so why not get an early start on the fun with a quick bit of gaming goodness? In this week’s game your powers of division will be put to the test as you seek to clear each level of red box material using a limited number of slices.

3 Slices

The concept for the game itself is very simple…use three slices to clear each level of the red box material. However, it is the precise and efficient use of those three slices on each level that will present the real challenge.


There are twenty levels of red box material clearing goodness waiting for you. Earn a high enough percentage score across those twenty levels and you can unlock more of the game.


Here is the first level which serves as a tutorial type round. It will help familiarize you with game play and the various stats located at the top/bottom of the game window.


To start slicing the red box material place your cursor at the desired starting point, then hold down the left mouse button and draw your slice line across the red box. When you are ready to slice let go of the mouse button and watch to see how well you did.


At the bottom of the window you will see the percentage amount of red box material that needs to be cut away in order to succeed on that level.


It was easy to meet the 90% requirement for this level but going forward it will become more difficult.


The second level looks simple enough at first, but can be rather frustrating when you almost meet the percentage requirement and have to start over again.


If you fail to meet the percentage requirement with your three slices you can replay the level and improve your strategy.


Working on it…




Only one small opening to send the red box material through on the third level.


As you progress through the levels some will be easier than others, so be patient and you will succeed. Good luck and have fun!


Play the Game

3 Slices

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 11/18/11
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