Summary: I am a huge fan of time management games and this is one of my favorites since I have still have not been able to beat it! I was so stunned that I actually bought it, a thing I hardly ever do.
Summary: This game is pretty fun and it is exactly what it was described to be. Some people have commented on there not being a way to save the game, however I have not had this issue. The game saves for me after each day.
Summary: Lots of levels, easy at the beginning then gets harder. Right now I'm at level 26. One thing that this game has is that you can take a picture of someone and have them as a costumer to serve. However I didn't like this feature, so I used the ones that were in the game.
Summary: I am a thirteen-year-old who purchased Sushi Go Round for my 7 year-old-sister as a birthday present, along with Crafting Mama. My sister enjoys the game, but comments that it is a little difficult and is not good for her level because she has not been exposed to many video games with time limits.
Hey, do you like to do things over and over and over.....
M Devan "Michele", Amazon
16 March 2011
Summary: I'll keep this simple. It's not a bad game but it has a fatal flaw: you cannot save your progress. I was playing, I was fairly amused with the whole making the different sushi and serving it up in spite of the glitchy issues I was having with the plates not wanting to clear and the sushi rolling...