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In Pizza Theory, you and your friends engage in a toppings fracas to determine whose toppings will reign supreme! Hold the anchovies!!! Create a pizza with your favorite toppings and then cut it into slices dominated by your ingredients. Of course your opponents are trying to do the same thing at the same time. Choosing the right places to slice will achieve a victory and all the pizza you can eat. Making the wrong choices will cost you the win and leave you hungering for more. Only one player can create the perfect pizza. The others must figure out where their theory went wrong. It may be as "easy as pi" to play, but can YOU come out on top?
Players: 2 - 3
Time: 10 - 15 minutes
Ages: 6 and up
Weight: 785 grams
Language Requirements: This is a domestic item. Manufacturer's rules are printed in English. Game components are printed in English.
- 1 Pizza Game Board
- 3 Pizza Cutters (wooden sticks in the 3 player colors)
- 3 Wooden Dice in the 3 player colors (showing the numbers 1‐6)
- 48 Pizza Toppings (16 cardboard disks showing toppings in the 3 player colors)
Average Rating: 4 in 1 review
I was hooked on this game from the moment that I saw that Pizza Theory came in a pizza style box! It also comes with the distinction of having won the 2011 Ion Award for Best Strategy Game at SaltCON earlier in 2011.
In this family game for 3 players, you're putting toppings of your colour (red, white or green) on a pizza. The aim is to establish majorities in your colour when the pizza is "sliced", which happens with each player simultaneously selects a different line to slice. Each slice is then resolved separately, and the player with the most toppings in a slice gets to replace his opponents' toppings in that slice with his own. You win if you can successfully take advantage of these elements of majority area control and simultaneous selection to successfully get all 16 of your toppings on the pizza.
The components are pizza-tastic and very attractive. The gameplay can feel somewhat chaotic, because often it's all about trying to outguess what your opponents will do, but strictly speaking there are no random elements whatsoever. Just like pizza, it's not the kind of gaming food that will become your main diet or that you'll be playing for days on end. But that's fine becuase it delivers quicker than a pizza delivery driver, and games only last about 10 minutes. The rules are very straightforward, and when combined with attractive components, engaging and quick gameplay, this is an ideal game that's just right for a family menu. Pizza Theory is the kind of quick game that's like a good take-out meal - perhaps not healthy in large doses, but a tasty and zesty snack that's certainly desireable from time to time, and offers a very unique flavour!