Youda Sushi Chef
Becomes more challenging as you go. Great game!
November 15, 2011
There is no storyline in this game so if that's what you're looking for, you're not going to like this game. That is not a complaint from me though. I play and enjoy all different types of games and it was nice to find something like this after finishing a game with an intense story. I love this game. It's easy but super fun and really addicting. I would say the one negative is the predictability in terms of how you start from scratch the exact same way when you finish one restaurant and move on to the next. It would have been nice to have a little more variety in that respect. It is fun to test yourself though in terms of remembering the different recipes. Oh, also - spoiler...when you mess up an order, if you don't have the upgrade yet, the messed up order comes out looking like a pile of poo with a smiley face on it. LOL. I have not played any of the other "youda" games so I can't give an opinion on their games overall. Like I said, this is pure mindless fun and super addictive in the best way possible.
December 26, 2013
it is a very nyc game
nyc game i hve played ever i liked it
October 13, 2013
lots of fun...somewhat challenging since there are many combinations.
May 23, 2013
Memory of an elephant required
This is a simple time management game where you are the chef assembling dishes for your customers. Nothing unusual in that, except that you have to have a mega memory to remember all of the dish combinations! You are given a recipe book with all of the details, but while you are looking , your customers are still waiting and getting increasingly unhappy! A pretty good game,but it defeated me!
October 2, 2012
A Very Stimulating Game
Youda Sushi Chef, I feel, differs from the rest of the Youda franchise. While the game itself falls into the Time Management title, it proves to include much more than that. Under a time (hence time management) you must serve the correct entrees that your customers order and make them yourself. The challenging aspect is that in order to make the orders fast enough, you must memorise the recipies. They begin simple enough, but gain in complexity as levels progress and after each level you gain one more new recipe to master. I find the game not only diverting but a great way to work on my memory flexibilty. It reminds me of a Luminosity type game style.
Overall, a very good game.
August 13, 2012
This is nothing much only your memorize the menu but for every restaurant the menu has change also.
July 3, 2012
A whole lot of fun
I had never played TM games until joining BFG almost a year ago (had always been a hard-core adventure game addict) and I now am so glad to have ventured into giving TM games a try. I've played every level of the Dash games and now Youda Souchi Chef...
Youda Soushi Chef is a very fun game, excellent for honing in on those hand/eye/mind coordination factors we all get a little challenged with throughout life at various times, especially eh-hem, middle age+?
I found this game to be fun with excellent replay value and it also helped me remember the name of some of the Japanese names and definitions for various components of and dishes of sushi!!
Definitely recommend this game for all ages and skill sets.
Have fun Hiii--- yaa!
May 12, 2012
Very fun game
Highly addictive and challenging enough to keep you interested!
April 13, 2012
Challenging and fun
This is a Time Management and Memory game that gets quite challenging near the end of the game. There is no story, per se, but in my opinion, this is one of the rare gems that doesn't require it.
As the proprietor of a chain of sushi restaurants - which you personally get to name! - you serve customers who come into the shop and decide on a number of recipes. You must make the recipes from memory, or else look up in the recipe book. The food comes out on a conveyor belt, which adds challenge to managing your clientele, since someone at the closer end can snatch up what someone at the farther end ordered, who in turn gets frustrated at the wait. To keep stocked up, you have to order ingredients - which becomes a bit frustrating at times, since you can only order a limited amount.
I found this game quite enjoyable and replayable, although it's one of the more challenging games that I've played.
November 29, 2011