Change Your Puzzle Game Experience Forever With Sushi Shift

A puzzle like never before!

Anybody who has ever played mobile games must have played puzzle games at least once. Puzzle games are those games where you have to clear your mobile screens off accumulated blocks, tiles, jewels and what not. There are possibly thousands of puzzle games available for Smartphone or other touch devices. But your idea about puzzle games will completely change once you play the Sushi Shift.

Developed by curiously named development company So Not Soft, the Sushi Shift is not a typical run of the mill puzzle game. Here you have delicious Sushi blocks that needs to be removed in order to progress in the game. But, instead of changing the orientation of the blocks by touching, you accomplish this goal by moving and tilting your device. This makes for a more interactive and fun experience and makes the game enjoyable for longer periods. Also, this tilting control enables you to create better and more complex combinations that are unavailable in traditional puzzle games. The dynamic nature of the game makes it a fun game to play again and again.

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Ever since the release of Android OS, millions of games have adorned the shelves of Google store. But, very few have taken an existing idea and turned it completely over its head like the Sushi Shift. The developers are a local game company with traditional day jobs. The feat achieved by them by releasing Sushi Shift is quite staggering. Version 1.1 of the game is already out with some bug fixes and patches and if the news from developers is to be believed, there will be continuous support available for the game in future.

The game offers three distinct styles of play. A time attack mode called “Clean Your Plate” recreates the traditional puzzle experience by challenging the user to free up their screen before next batch of Sushi gets served. If you are short of time and are looking for some quick fire fun, the “100 seconds version” of the game will suit you perfectly. Here you try to score as many points as possible, before the timer runs out. The “All You Can Eat” mode lets you play at your own pace, for as long as you want. Game features a global high score that will post your scores to a global list maintained by the developer website. Internet connection is required for your score to get posted.

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Learning Sushi Shift is easy and hence, it has captivated millions of users everywhere. Rated “Everyone” this game has proven to be enjoyable for experienced people and children alike. Loads of positive feedbacks across the web are proof of this very fact. Apart from the report that the game did not respond properly to tilting for a few Android devices, there has not been anything negative so far about Sushi Shift. But, do ensure that you check the game requirements properly before downloading the game.

The last update for the game was quite recent and so are the bug fixes. This is a free game and only 14Mb in size. Sushi Shift supports any Android device that runs on Android OS 2.1 or later. Boasting a five star rating at Google Play store and millions of addicted players everywhere, this small but beautiful puzzle game will definitely turn your leisure time into a fun filled one.

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