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Really like the dynamic of this game in a full table. The different cards combination reminds me of the Dominion mechanic but in a much more lighter and cute way So much fun to play.
Probably didn't need this. The normal Sushi Go! has everything you need to have fun. The Party! version didn't do anything except add more options no one wanted and a bigger tin we had to figure out how to store.
A very simple card drafting game. The art is cute and I really think my kids will enjoy this but for me there's not enough depth to give it much replayability. It can be a decent gateway game.
Played it just the once so far but the variety and ease of play is incredible. It is going to have a MUCH longer life now. It was possible that the family MAY have tired of the small tin game but this will give us years of fun. Thanks Game Wright! ---------- Still proving to be such a wonderful little game. Just when you think you have identified some cards that are not fun to play with, you have a situation come up where they are perfect!
Fantastic, relatively short and simple family-style card game. Really hits the spot for a casual play or filler, scales well, and accommodates young and old, experienced players and novices alike – a rare combination!
Completely replaces Sushi Go in the best possible way. Almost all the new foods are just as easy to play with, but the card interactions are so much more interesting now. Production on the board and tiles is phenomenal. An excellent drafting game.
A clear improvement over Sushi Go. The easiest setup is simpler. The hardest setup is deeper. Easy to teach (though scoring can be a bit tricky for totally new players) and the theme reinforces the mechanics. The skill of guessing what other players are going for is easy to understand but hard to master.
This is a huge improvement over the original sushi go. The variability results in every game being new and interesting. This has worked well with many non-gamer types for us.
(+) Plays fast regardless of player count (simultaneous actions), variable setup with menu tiles, simple scoring, easy to pick up for new players, adorable artwork (-) 7 Wonders does everything this does better (other than being more approachable for new players), low player interaction for a group game, kind of long to set up for something so light, tin box