Sushi Snatch

Sushi Snatch

Sushi Snatch may seem like a game that offers something new but in fact this free Android app is another matching game in disguise. Even then, things do not look that bad.

The game will have you manage a sushi restaurant with the ultimate goal being to make the best sushi and overtake all your competitors. To do this you must serve your customers quickly, who in turn will pay you. To serve them you must match at least three sushi dishes with the same ingredients and looks (does it sound familiar?).  The difference is that here you can go in different directions – up, down, left and right – and the main goal is to be able to match as many dishes of the same kind as possible. You have a limited number of moves and when you run out the sushi restaurant closes and you count the money you have earned. You can later use this money to offer discounts and promos to attract more customers and the cycle closes. Just like many other matching games this one comes with 2D graphics only and in addition to this the visuals are not that great but we will have to live with what we see. The gameplay is what matters here and we can tell you it is addictive!

All in all Sushi Snatch is a really nice game that offers great gameplay and elements seen in other game genres. The game will offer you hours and hours of fun and since all of this comes for free, there’s nothing wrong or bad in downloading this app. In fact we encourage you to join the fun!

Sushi Snatch is here on Google Play.

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