Rating: 6.5 Good
Popularity:32
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:2013
Players: 2-5 players
Playing time: 15 minutes
Age:8+

Official Site: Sushi Go! game page at Gamewright


Created by: Phil Walker-Harding, Nan Rangsima, Tobias Schweiger, Phil Walker-Harding

Published by: Adventureland Games, Cocktail Games, Devir

Alternate Names: Суши карты, 迴轉壽司

Description:

Sushi Go! is an fast-playing card game for 2 till 5 players. The goal is to grab the best combination of sushi dishes to score points. The game is like a 7 Wonders Lite and it's easier to play then Coup.

The game is played over 3 rounds and each round, the players receive a number (7-10) of cards. Because the cards are shuffled, each round will be different.

Then the players simultaneously select one card and place it face down on the table. The remaining cards are then passed to their neighbor and the selected cards are revealed.

This continues until all cards are played and then everyone scores the cards based on what they chose to collect. Choosing the right cards is the key in Sushi Go.


There are different card types likes:

  • Sushi Rolls: The player with the most points of sushi rolls gain 6 points, the 2nd get 3 points.

  • Tempura: A set of 2 gives 5 points.

  • Sashimi: A set of 3 is worth 10 points.

  • Dumplings: Collections score also more points.

  • Nigri: score 1-3 points.

  • Wasabi: triples the value of the next nigiri card.

  • Chopsticks: let you play two cards on the next turn.

  • Pudding: The player with the most puddings gain 6 points, the loser loses 6 points.

The player with the most points after the last round is the winner of the game.

The game rules are very easy to learn and the game play is very quickly. An average game takes around 15 minutes.

To win Sushi Go, you need a little luck and it depends on the player interaction. It's possible to hurt other players when you take a card that the next player really needs.

The game is more fun when it's played by five players and there are alternative rules for 2 players.

Sushi Go was originally published by Adventureland Games after a successful crowdfunding campaign.

Prices:
Retail Price:$9
Amazon:$3
Ebay:$11
Expansions:
Stadt Land Spielt Limitierte Sonderdrucke 2015
Sushi Go!: Soy Sauce Promo
Awards:
Origins Awards Best Card Game Nominee 2015
Nederlandse Spellenprijs Best Family Game Nominee 2015
Boardgames Australia Awards Best Australian Game Winner 2015
Golden Geek Best Family Board Game Nominee 2013
Golden Geek Best Card Game Nominee 2013

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Game Components

108 cards:

  • 14x Tempura
  • 14x Sashimi
  • 14x Dumpling
  • 12x 2 Maki rolls
  • 8x 3 Maki rolls
  • 6x 1 Maki roll
  • 10x Salmon Nigiri
  • 5x Squid Nigiri
  • 5x Egg Nigiri
  • 10x Pudding
  • 6x Wasabi
  • 4x Chopsticks

Setup

Shuffle all the cards well and deal the following, depending on the number of players:

  • In a 2 player game, deal 10 cards to each player.
  • In a 3 player game, deal 9 cards to each player.
  • In a 4 player game, deal 8 cards to each player.
  • In a 5 player game, deal 7 cards to each player.

(Hold your cards in your hand, secret from opponents) …



Welcome to Sushi Go Party! You are dining à la carte at a deluxe sushi feast.

Before you eat, you must first create your own menu from a wide variety of delectable options. Then try to score the most points over three rounds by grabbing the best combination of cards before they whiz by!

Components

  • 181 Cards + 22 Menu Tiles + 8 Pawns + 1 Game Board
  • nigiri
  • sushi rolls
  • appetizers
  • specials
  • desserts

Setup

  1. Place the game board in the center of the playing area.

  2. Each player chooses a player color and places their corresponding pawn on or near the 0 space of the game board. …



Nigiri

Nigiri are an essential part of any great sushi meal. Each egg nigiri is worth 1 point.

Each salmon nigiri is worth 2. Each squid nigiri is worth 3.

An egg nigiri on a wasabi card is worth 3.

A salmon nigiri on a wasabi is worth 6. A squid nigiri on a wasabi is worth 9.

Rolls

Maki Rolls

Small and tasty, can you eat more maki than anyone else?

End of the round: Compare how many maki roll icons you have at the top of your played maki roll cards. Whoever has the most scores 6 points. Whoever has second most scores 3. …




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