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My kids love this game. (My kids are 8-13 years old.)
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This is a fun little set-collection game. Small, quick, easy to learn. This version plays 2 to 5. (I love games that aren't set at 4.)

Sushi Go Party! [amazon.com] edition (not on sale) is considerably larger, has much more variety, and plays 2 to 8, which is nice for larger gatherings.
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No brainer! Thinking of buying again for holiday gifting. Our family loves this and the Sushi Roll game. Haven't played Sushi Party, will need to check that out.
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This game is awesome with friends or family. Definitely recommend!
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Friendships get ruined by this game. Esp when you get handed a 4th agedashi tofu by said friend...
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I was speed reading, and read Sushi Koi
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Bought this game before and I still don't understand how this game works lol
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We own a lot of games... a lot (thanks to Slickdeals). Sushi Go is one of our favorites to play with the whole family. Even my mother, who is in her 70s and would never ever consider eating sushi, enjoys this game. I recommend this one for sure.
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Incredible deal! Everyone has a hand and takes a card and pass it to the left and repeat until all cards are gone (this is known as 'drafting' in the gaming world). Depending on what sets you collect, you get points (yay)!

There are only a few sets and each card explains what you need to collect and what the payoff is. It's a great introductory game and it has enough depth to come back to for veteran gamers.

I might interject that there is a more complicated version (Sushi Go Party) that expands the cards you can play with so you can swap them out for a different feel and lots of variation, but if it's new to you, you could buy this version, fall in love, and then buy the fancier version.

THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE PRICE. Good gift for someone who you think might like board games or if you want to peer into the the (recent) golden age of board games.
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It's a good game that has its moments. But I never play it over any of my other games. Ramen Fury is much better.
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This is such a good game. It's simple to learn, and everyone who I've introduced to it has bought the game right away. I've found 3 or 4 players is the most fun, but it actually holds up as a 2 player fans. I'm going to pick up a couple for gifts.
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This is a fun little set-collection game. Small, quick, easy to learn. This version plays 2 to 5. (I love games that aren't set at 4.)

Sushi Go Party! [amazon.com] edition (not on sale) is considerably larger, has much more variety, and plays 2 to 8, which is nice for larger gatherings.
I have found that chopsticks can confuse new players or people that don't play games often. With the party box you don't have to use chopsticks and you have the ability to make games feel different since you aren't using the same cards all the time.
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I bought the party version for friends a couple years ago now and we still play it pretty frequently. Great for new players and easy to explain. The different menu options keeps it fresh everytime you play. We are not big board game people so this is definitely a winner.
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