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SushiChop - Free To Play

SushiChop is an easy to learn, but difficult to master slicing game. Your finger is the razor-sharp knife, as you swipe your way to sushi chopping glory! Cut with precision and skill to fill each tray before the timer runs out. Fill a tray chopping the fewest fish necessary to earn a Perfect Chop bonus, but beware the stinky green fish!

  • 2 Game modes!
  • Unlock Kids Mode!
  • Earn all 24 Mishellin stars
  • High resolution graphics
  • Online and Offline Achievements
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 6.0
  • Hard Drive: 74 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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SushiChop - Free To Play

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SushiChop - Free To Play

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SushiChop - Free To Play 2.5 5 17 17
A fun but challenging game. SushiChop Free to Play I was addicted to this game instantly. Although it is repetitive, if you are patient, the upgrades really make the difference in the game. I completed the game and mastered the sushi challenge without having to purchase any coins through Big Fish. The double bladed knife is the best for getting the most coins for upgrades. If you are patient and make it to that knife, the game play definitely gets better. Those that love Fruit Ninja, will definitely love SushiChop.Thanks Big Fish for offering free to play games. I'm hooked. :) December 22, 2012
Addictive in the short term. A bit of frantic mouse waving and clicking as you try to chop the good fish into pieces for sushi, watch out for the green smelly fish though. I quite enjoyed this one for a while and was quite happy to try, try again. After 15 minutes or so though it does get a little repetitive. This is one of those games that you can leave installed and keep going back to, maybe while you're waiting for another to download. There are two game play modes available when you first install (I'm assuming the other is available for a price) The only difference being the difficulty (I didn't last too long on sushi master) If you've got an iphone or similar you will have come across an app with the same sort of play (it's a lot harder with a mouse though) Worth a good half hour of entertainment and with some replay value. Enjoy! October 23, 2012
Free, fun and challenging Since this was free, I decided to give it a try. Immediately I fell in lovewith it. After buying several of the other "food prep" games, I came to realize the easiest way to play, A graphic artist computer drawing tablet. I like the arcade aspect of it not always being the same "fish" each time. I felt the ability to purchase Power Ups was good in that earning coins to buy them was a good idea. It is a great alternative to the same HOG, TM and Match 3, in that I felt that there was true action in it. October 24, 2012
Just like Fruit Ninja Not sure why such bad reviews. If you like Fruit Ninja on iPad/iPhone then you will love this one. I don't I could play it all day but it's good for passing the odd 30 mins here and there. October 27, 2012
SushiChop If you have some time and want a challenge, this is a game for you/. Big Fish offers you this game for free, which is great. During the game you can purchase more coins, so you can upgrade your knife, and other things. I bought the bamboo knife, which is to help you avoid cutting the stinky green fish. It works sometimes. It is a very good game, and I liked it. October 25, 2012
SushiChop Free To Play review This game is not great, if you like chopping up fish then alright have fun. All you do in the game is chop up fish!!! You can finish the game in a short time and its not very fun. I would give this game a 3 out of 5. End result, not a very fun game. October 23, 2012
silly, but addictive SushiChop - Free To Play is one of those silly kinds of game that is sort of cheesy, but once you get started, you really don't want stop. In this game you play as sushi chef, and you are cutting up different kinds of fish and shellfish to make nigiri. Along with this, you will also sometimes cut wasabi and ginger root along with the fish for bonus coins. Coins can earn you upgrades to get better knives. Between waves of fish being thrown up in front of you, you also get bonus rounds where you have to cut up a certain number of one kind of fish or shellfish. This should seem simple, but there is one big nasty, stinky catch, literally, that keeps popping up. It is a polluted green fish, and just one slice of this disgusting thing can ruin your platter, your cutting record, and your game. Cut too many of these poisoned nasties, and it's game over. This is a nice diversion, and since it is a freeb, you should give it shot, but don't forget the other great sushi games that are not quite so silly like Asami's Sushi Shop. You might even want to steam up some rice and break out the mini tatami mat or the nigiri mold. October 24, 2012
SushiChop OK I think it need a bit of work on the slicer. November 3, 2012
Not a TM! I'm not sure why this is listed as a time management game, seems more like an arcade game. All you do is chop fish with by dragging your "knife" across the screen as they are flying by. The instructions pop up too quick to read, and the knife is touchy and hard to manage. Boring. October 23, 2012
Repetitive and Boring I tried the trial version of this game as I do with all BF games. Instructions are not clear. It took a minute to figure out all you do is chop fish as they fly through the air. After a while it becomes boring and repetitive because this is all you do. I guess I like time management games with a storyline or something to keep my interest peaked. Unfortunately, I accidentally purchased this game. I still don't know how that happened, BF. I used to look forward to time management games. I do not know about the TM games over the past year. Disappointed. October 24, 2012
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