This week we switched it up, but kept things thematic by going to the Sushi Bar in Broad Ripple to play SushiGO!
The sushi and green tea was great, but the service was horrible. The environment was nice, but there was just no passion for decent customer service or respect towards others. We also had a very difficult time finding anywhere to park that wasn't a tow away zone. This was our first and last time visiting this restaurant.
SushiGO! is a very straight forward card drafting game that is played in 15 minutes. Each player begins a round with ten cards in each hand, attempting to score as many points as they can by the end of the game. The length of one game consists of three rounds and since you are swapping your hands after each card you play, trying to plan accordingly is key. Memorization is another important factor in this game especially if you're playing in a larger group. The cards offer very fun, very cute, lovable illustrations of happy little sushi's that look like they're having a party. This is a great little filler card game, and don't let the overly child-like illustrations and colors throw you. This game is very enjoyable and it works across all age groups! Sushi GO! has been a hot game on the market since it released in 2013. It's very portable which is great, but I'm not a huge fan of the fact that the new edition comes in a tin. Claire and I love this game and recommend it to anyone who enjoys happy little illustrations, with a fun and easy drafting mechanic.
Overall Meeple Rating: 7/10
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