Asami's Sushi Shop
Don't like sushi, but loved this game
I've never eaten sushi, and don't even know what it looks like. But I had a lot of fun playing this combination of a match 3?time management game. The matches are various sushi delicacies. The time management part involves making matches to fill orders of your customers.
Customers leave sacks of money, which you spend in a store to purchase pretty restaurant decor. This makes your customers happy so they leave more money. Now and again are surprises on the matching board and clever mini-games such as learning how to make sushi.
Most match games have some sort of bombs or lighting bolts that will clear out a row or column. This game has Chinese dragons that swoop across the board to clear out sushi (which can help you fill orders quickly - a tip). Very entertaining to watch!
This is a well-done, entertaining game for all ages. Graphics and animations are gorgeous, with excellent attention to detail. A suggestion: the custom cursor in this game is cute, but it did slow down the game on my Vista system. Switching back to my system cursor speeded up the game significantly.
December 1, 2011
LOVE!! this game!
very fun and relaxing music gets addicting.I only wish that it was alittle more indepth with the things you can buy for the shop (more choices) and would have liked it abit longer other then that great game!
September 11, 2012
I was looking for something similar to Restaurant Rush because I love that game! I've already played it through twice. This game is similar. I love this Asian themed diner! Match 3 to feed your customers. They will actually eat in your shop. Cute characters and clear graphics with nice sound effects. I love the dragon bonus, too! Great game!
November 10, 2013
More match 3 than TMG
Match 3 in a hurry to satisfy your sushi customers. Take a moment to give them candy or wasabi to keep their heart level high. Buy upgrades to make them more comfortable. Pick up your tips. Make sushi in mini games. It's not a bad game but you score just as much by concentrating on the match 3 as you do by paying attention to customers. Rather repetitive.
June 3, 2012