Gerrymander berries on a cake in this I-cut-you-choose strategy game. Players vie to be the next ruler of Cakeland by dividing a cake with blueberries and strawberries. The first player cuts the cake into tetris pieces, and the second player chooses a piece to score. If the scored piece has more of your team's berries, you get a candle and the scored pieces are flipped upside down. Then the remaining cake is reset and players switch roles so that the player that just choose gets a chance to cut and the player that cut gets to choose. This goes on until all the pieces of cake are scored and the player with the most candles wins!
—description from the designer
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