Description of App:
"...it's one of the most compelling card games we've played on iOS..." -AppSpy
"... a definite buy ..." - TouchArcade
Chosen in the App Store's "New Games we Love"!
Play the super-fast sushi passing game Sushi Go! with friends, family, or against the computer!
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Pass the sushi! In Sushi Go! the goal is to grab the best combination of sushi dishes as they whiz by. Score points for making the most maki rolls or for collecting a full set of sashimi. Dip your favorite nigiri in wasabi to triple its value. But be sure to leave room for dessert or else you'll eat into your score! Gather the most points and consider yourself the sushi master!
* Official Sushi Go! game with original artwork
* New adorable animations, opponent and chef characters
* Universal app - play on your iPhone and iPad
* Play against AI characters
* Play multiplayer locally on one phone, or online
* 25+ Achievements to test your mettle
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I found this game while scrolling through Apple's list of curated apps that work with VoiceOver, it managed to fly under everyone's radar for over a year!
The VoiceOver support is for the most part great, going so far as having the tutorial messages be changed to reflect how the game is played with VoiceOver. After a game ends and the scores are displayed, you use the 3-finger left flick to scroll through the various players.
There is one section of the game that doesn't seem to work, however. I was able to play and complete a few games with computer opponents, and those worked great. Then I went into the local multiplayer mode, and found the setup screen had unlabeled buttons. When I started a game int his mode, VoiceOver didn't see the cards on the convayer. I don't know if I had to do something else to start the game or whether this is just broken. I haven't tried the game center multiplayer yet
I'm giving this a minor issues rating because for local, and possibly internet play, this game is a joy to play with VO. The concept is interesting and there's a lot of sound effects as you play