In my recently developed game, Super sandwich shuffle, I had to think of a way to let the player select which sandwich they want to complete, and then match that sandwich to a part of the play field. I found out this sounds easier than it actually is. This is because the sandwiches are all different. In each sandwich the center one is always a piece of bread (because what is a sandwich without bread), this leaves the 8 other slots to be randomly filled with 6 ingredients, allowing this game to create up to 10,077,696 different sandwiches. Here is how I did it. Every sandwich starts . . .