Sushi Go

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  • Fun for all ages
  • Quick and easy to learn
  • Portable and makes a great gift

Statistics

  • 2-5 players
  • 15-30 minutes
  • Published by Gamewright

“The pick and pass card game.” That what it is in a nutshell. If you’ve been going to Target and looking up the games that I’ve been reviewing, you’ll notice that games are not very cheap. However, if you’ve played the games, you know that you’ll get more bang for the buck than almost any other form of entertainment. Sushi Go is one of the exceptions. It’s affordable!

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Playtesting Essentials

As I’ve mentioned previously, March is going to be a huge month for playtesting for Koalatie Games. By the end of the month, I’m hoping to have at least Center Stage ready for blind playtesting and hopefully Icon as well.

For those new to the world of board game development, playtesting is the process of putting your unfinished game in front of others to play in hopes of gaining constructive feedback. True, there are good and bad playtesters, but you can still learn a lot from the bad ones.

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Telestrations

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  • “The Telephone Game Sketched Out!”
  • Fun For All Ages (That Can Read).
  • Surprisingly, Not Fun When Playing With Drunkards
  • Ice Breaker!

Stats

  • 4-8 Players (can go up to 12 with expansions)
  • Ages 12+
  • Time: Depends on the number of players, but still very quick
  • Published by: USAopoly

Did you ever play telephone as a kid? You know, that game where you whisper a phrase in a person’s ear, and then they whisper it to another person, and so forth, until it comes back to you? It never worked out, right? But that was the fun of it! Now you can play it as an adult and look cool doing it with Telestrations!

Yes, that was a subjective statement. Yes, you could look totally uncool playing Telestrations as I will explain. Continue reading Telestrations