Rating: 6 Fair
Popularity:3
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:2008
Players: 2-5 players
Playing time: 20 minutes
Age:8+

Created by: Jeffrey D. Allers, Harald Lieske

Published by: Oya, PS-Games, Rio Grande Games

Alternate Names: Une pointe de Chantilly, Sla je Slag(room), …aber bitte mit Sahne, 奶油還是派

Description:

Everyone knows the cake rules: one person cuts,the other chooses. In this way, one makes the slices as equal as possible so that one does not end up with the short end.

But this rule does not apply to "...aber bitte mit Sahne (...but please, with whipped cream)". Here a person can cleverly offer larger pieces to the others and still get the most in the end.

5 cakes with 11 slices of different varieties are divided. Each variety awards a different amount of points. One can immediately eat slices to guarantee a number of points, or collect them in the hope of scoring bonus points for having the most of that variety at the end of the game.

Only skilled dividers with an eye on their opponents' pieces can score the most points and win the game.

Prices:
Retail Price:$48
Amazon:$67
Expansions:
...aber Bitte mit Sahne: Das Joker-Stück
Awards:
Japan Boardgame Prize Voters' Selection Nominee 2009
Golden Geek Best Children's Board Game Nominee 2009


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