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Sushi Mushi features:
- Fast-Paced gameplay - Use touch-and-drag motion to quickly match sushi bites
- Deep strategy – Utilize defensive and offensive combos along with in-game Specials and Surprises to rack up huge scores
- Single player snack mode – Practice combos and sushi creation to hone your culinary skills
- Asynchronous multiplayer - Take turns competing with friends and play at your convenience
- 10 loveable monsters – Pick distinct looking sushi monsters, including Rollzilla, Omega-3, and the masterful Wasabi Demon
- Monster belt level progression – Reach Black Belt level for big dojo respect
- Unlimited Challenges – Earn coins and level up by completing challenges
- Fortune Cookie gifting – Help friends win coins and upgrade their Monsters
- Connect and Challenge - Facebook Connect integratio
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