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App description: A chilling new puzzle game celebrating 10 years of "Dexter" and featuring voice-over by James Remar (Harry Morgan).

Press, slide and hold a fiendish array of sharp and pointy objects to clear each level. Just be careful where you put your fingers!

Over 120 levels with more levels and features on the way!

Dexter: Slice is the spiritual successor to the popular 2010 release Slice HD. As with the previous game, Dexter: Slice presents players with an onscreen field of EXTREMELY SHARP cutlery. Moving each knife reveals buttons that must be quickly pushed before the blades slide back into place. The longer you play, the more challenging the puzzles become, sometimes involving as many as ALL 10 FINGERS - eventually requiring a masterful combination of careful planning, limber fingers and quick reflexes. Fail, however, and anguished screams accompany realistic blood splatters that decorate the screen. You didn't need that pinky, did you?

Michael C. Hall will reprise his role as Dexter in our upcoming update along with new levels and additional game features.
10-28-2016, 11:19 AM
Joined: Mar 2013
Location: USA
Posts: 775
Even though the show ended badly it still holds a good place in my memory for the stellar early seasons.
There was another game that used a finger cutting gameplay like this but I can't remember the name of it/them.
I haven't played this one yet but 120 levels for 2.99 seems like good buy. Anyone played it yet?
10-28-2016, 12:03 PM
Joined: Jun 2009
Location: Wisconsin
Posts: 2,575
Didn't get it yet, since I have no clue what you are suppose to do, the text and screen didn't help me any.
I love Dexter, but this "mini" game got me puzzled
10-28-2016, 12:21 PM
Joined: Mar 2013
Location: USA
Posts: 775
As best I can tell it looks like you're supposed to move the blades in a particular order, and they snap back if you make a mistake.
The game was Slice HD.

Last edited by Gamer1st; 10-28-2016 at 12:24 PM.
10-28-2016, 12:51 PM
Here's some gameplay footage. I don't think I'd really recommend it on a phone, though. Not unless you have really thin fingers and are good at playing finger Twister. It's tricky enough for me on my iPad.

I realized after this video that you can skip levels (or the option may have been added in the update). So that's nice.