Sushi Go!

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Sushi Go!

Post by Een » 20 March 2020, 09:45


Currently, our efforts are mainly focused on increasing the website's capacity. However, as the game is ready, we see no reason to postpone its release, and, in fact, it's quite the contrary: its cheerful and warm theme is particularly welcome during this period.

We have been working on it for several weeks, some will have guessed which game it is since last week's teaser, and here it is, finally, fresh on your plates: Sushi Go!
A draft and hand management game by Phil Walker-Harding, which will remind some of 7 Wonders, but distilled in a very fast game accessible to all.

Play Sushi Go! Now !

Published by Gamewright and distributed by Cocktail Games (in France) and Zoch Verlag (in Germany), the draft mechanics are used in the most refined way possible by imposing a minimum of rules.

By analyzing the cards that are passed to you, you will quickly have to deduce the best cards to keep: at the end of each of the 3 rounds, there is an intermediate scoring. The challenge will be to understand which cards are essential to your hand and which ones do not matter much.

The score being based on sets collection (Who has the most Makis? Who has a set of 3 Sashimis? Etc ...), expect tense games that offer moments of brilliance or complex dilemmas!
Round after round, you must also keep an eye on the Puddings which will only be scored at the end of the game.

Did we tell you about Wasabi cards? What about Chopsticks? And possible combos with the sauce?

Sushi Go! is a marvel that could be played from 2 to 5 players. Even if the duel version is not the most recommended, it is nevertheless a great way to get acquainted with the different cards effects.

Finally, we can only advise you to play with your loved ones, friends and families, because this is also a great way to understand hand-management and the richness of card-combinations that made the success of some more complex mechanics.

Quick and easy to access, it is an excellent game that should bring, in this complex period, a little joy among those who do not have much time to play.

Sushi Go is available on BGA as a Premium game: a Premium membership is required to create a new game, and then as usual anyone can join the game and play.

Board Game Arena warmly thanks Gamewright for allowing us to offer you this excellent online game on your favorite website!

Enjoy your Sushis!

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Re: Sushi Go!

Post by Ali Plays a Lot » 20 March 2020, 10:22

Glad for that you added Sushi Go! to the list.
What other games are planned to be launched on the platform? I'm mainly interested in games for core players.

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Re: Sushi Go!

Post by Shockway » 20 March 2020, 10:31

Glad you added it! Can't wait to hop in a game.

By the way, is adding in the cards from Sushi Go Party on the roadmap?

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Re: Sushi Go!

Post by colorviodett » 20 March 2020, 10:35

Estoy muy contenta de ser Premium... me lo paso pipa. Ojalá catan pronto...

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Re: Sushi Go!

Post by erisvc » 20 March 2020, 11:48

What a nice addition! And thanks for the positive message around releasing it.

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Re: Sushi Go!

Post by Warp9 » 20 March 2020, 12:15

I tell you this in italian: VI ADORO, GRAZIE!!! :D

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Re: Sushi Go!

Post by RueSailmana » 20 March 2020, 13:11

I love this implementation! Only bit of criticism I have is that it's a bit unclear to who you are giving your cards

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Re: Sushi Go!

Post by LtSterling » 20 March 2020, 13:59

Fantastic addition - Was hoping for Party as there are so few games that support high player counts - hope that is coming!

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Re: Sushi Go!

Post by RonaldMelodie » 20 March 2020, 16:32

According to the News item the game is "accessible to all". However, it is not because BGA has released it as a Premium game. Could this be amended in the News item? Thanks.

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Re: Sushi Go!

Post by moemoe23 » 20 March 2020, 17:21

Excited that you added this game!

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