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Review game Sushi Cat 2
Remember that one game with the fat cat that kept growing fatter and fatter as
he continued to eat? It was called Sushi Cat and it has a sequel.
Sushi cat 2 is a cutesy little pseudo luck based puzzle game that plays just like
its predecessor, with a few shiny new bobbles. It features twenty-five levels,
four power ups, and a cutesy storyline that actually provides incentive to play
the game starts out with sushicat’s stuffedanimal/girlfriend being taken by
bacon dog. He tries to give chase, but finds himself unable to use the elevator
because he can’t reach the button panel. Since he is conveniently in a grocery
store, he decides to pig himself out in order to get big enough to reach the
buttons, and this is where the game starts.
Much like Burrito Bison, this game is very minimalistic on playing, and you
spend more time watching than actually controlling sushi cat. The difference
is that sushi cat’s boards are laid out so that there is a huge amount of strategy
in what amount to moving your mouse and clicking once. The wonky physics
do add quite an element of luck to the game, but are generally predictable
enough to accomplish your goals, be it collecting a power up, golden sushi
piece, or just a mound of sushi. The power ups also add a small additional
amount of control; bombs let you blow up sushi to collect it, the fist power up
lets you charge through anything, including solid objects, the pinball power up
lets you temporarily turn sushi cat into a game of pinball, and the shopping
special lets you click sushi to collect it for a short amount of time.
As far as the art goes, the game is unbelievably cute. If you can honestly look
to the left and say that that cat isn’t cute, you have no soul. The cut scenes are
like something out of a child’s story book. The sun, the mountains, the
shopping mall and pretty much every other large inanimate object has a face,
and the story can only be described with the word “d’aww”.
Sushicat isn’t a short game by any means however, its probably in the hour
range for most people. It has 25 levels, and some of them (or maybe just the
last one) will take multiple retries to accomplish. The power ups really speed
things up, and give you a way to combat the physics engine’s constant toying
with you. It’s not to say the game is difficult, but the most efficient route to
getting all the sushiisn’t always obvious.
Sushi Cat 2 game is a really enjoyable game to watch, though little player input
is actually required. The game has a decent length without over staying its
welcome, and its always fun to see just how big your cat will get. Definitely a
worthwhile game if you have the patience to sit down and watch a get grow
fatter and fatter on his way down a pachinko table.
Link download free or play online free: http://sushi-cat2.com/