Sushi Go was created by Phil Walker-Harding and illustrated by Nathan Rangsima and distributed by GameWright. Sushi Go is a simple pass and play card game for ages 8 and UP. Over the last few weeks Sushi Go has been a house favorite. In my house we have been playing the three person version. Now it recommends that Sushi Go is go ages 8 and up, but my six year old grasped the concept after one round and is now hooked. What’s great about this game is watching my daughter learn about strategy and probability.
Sushi Go consists of 108 cards used to create a menu to beat the other players. Do you choose to get the dumplings or do you choose to go with the Maki rolls? Sometimes strategy can help or back fire so play smart.
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