Sushi Go Game

Sushi Go! The Pick and Pass Card Game

New York Times review:

“Sushi Go! is a card game where players grab and pass sushi-theme cards to make different sushi combos. Playing it doesn’t require reading or math, but is rewarding and challenging for many ages, making it a great fit for families.”

Featured in New York Times’ Gift Guide.

Aggregated customer review rating:

4.7 out of 5.0

Ranked 49th in Gifts

Ranked 18th in Kids

Ranked 17th in Toys & Games

$ 11

Sushi Go! – The Pick and Pass Card Game is a fast-paced card game that comes with 108 cards and rules of play, which can be played by two to five players and the players should be aged more than eight years.

In the 15 minutes of playtime, the objective of the players is to take the best combination of sushi dishes. In the game, players will be awarded points for collecting a full set of sashimi or making the most maki rolls.

Players in the Sushi Go! – The Pick and Pass Card Game got to dip their favorite nigiri in wasabi to increase its value by three-fold, and they need to ensure that they have sufficient room for dessert or they will lose score. The player gathering the most points will be considered as the sushi master

The Sushi Go! – The Pick and Pass Card Game reinforces probability, strategic thinking, critical thinking, and visual discrimination. The game is the winner of Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award.

The Sushi Go! – The Pick and Pass Card game is a product of Gamewright HQ and is the creation of Phil Walker-Harding, a great sushi enthusiast, who created the immediately approachable and unique sushi-themed card game that is quick to play, easy to learn, and engaging for all age groups.

The dimensions of the game measure 4.2 inches x 5.8 inches x 1.5 inches and it weighs 8.5 ounces.

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