Review of Sushi Go

Game: Sushi Go
Publisher: White Goblin Games
Year: 2015
Players: 2-5
Time: 15 min

In the card game Sushi Go you have to collect cards with a variation of Japanese sushi on them. Each card has a specifiek value and some of them only have value when you have more of them. The cards in your hand aren’t your’s, because every time you pick a card, you need to give your hand cards to the person on the right. Your not only collecting point for one of the three rounds, but also for the last round: the dessert!

🔥review: The first time we played this game, we thought it was kind of complicated. The different rounds, all the different cards that score points in a different way and then the pudding you need to collect for the end. Not easy! But after a couple of rounds, we started to get the hang of it. We developed some tactics and a strategic and the fun part is that they are so different!
The game lasts for just 15 minutes and therefore this game is perfect for a quick in between game and even very well playable with kids.
The cards look amazing. The illustrations are clear and everyone who has eaten sushi once wil recognize the dishes.

Score: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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