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Sushi Roll is the dice version of the popular card game Sushi Go! by Phil Walker-Harding. You still earn points by picking winning sushi combos but this time up you will be rolling your favourite Sushi Go! Characters in a bid to create a perfect menu.
Load up your conveyor belt by rolling these awesome custom dice. Have a party platter of super sashimi, mega maki or a trio of tempura. Don’t forget pudding as you will lose points if you don’t have your sweet treat at the end of the game.
Pick up the points and you’re on a Sushi Roll!
Designed by Phil Walker-Harding
Published by Gamewright
Editorial reviews of Sushi Roll
We all really enjoy Sushi Roll. It is a brilliant, easy to learn game. Great for those new to playing board games and more seasoned tabletop hobbyists alike. It is light, there is luck, but there is also strategy and it works really well as a so-called entry level or gateway game. - Read more at Board Game Review UK
Sushi Roll is the ideal game to kick off or finish a board game night and although we own many games that fit this category, the charming dice and conveyor belts along with the speedy gameplay make this a firm favourite. - Read more at S vs J Board Games
Sushi Roll is a really, really fun game. Each round is pretty quick and the game as a whole only lasts around fifteen to twenty minutes. All of the pieces are high quality and the quantity of tokens that are provided is generous for the price. You are able to easily understand the game, as well as see what each die is worth, all from your menu, which makes gameplay and scoring simple and fast. Sushi Roll is a game I will be definitely be playing again due to both its ease of setup and fun gameplay. - Read more at Big Boss Battle
Such a wonderful intro into the pick and pass genre. The dice are adorable and its ideal for 4-5 players :)
If you like cute sushi, set collection with a little strategy, and dice, then you will most likely enjoy this game. It is good with kiddos (as long as they can understand the scoring) as well as non-gamers (We have had some strategy gamers who did not like this game). This is essentially the dice version of Sushi Go, so it does not offer the variability Sushi Go Party does. If you enjoy sushi go, and dice, you will very likely enjoy this game. (We combined two copies and can comfortably play with eight or nine people, if that's something you're looking for it is possible with this game.)