This is a timed 25-stage connect 3 game inspired by one of the most iconic Japanese dishes. Group 3 or more types of sushi to clear them from the field. Keep clearing sushi until you meet your level’s quota.
Meet the quota before the timer runs out.
The game will automatically show you hints.
Use bombs to clear large swaths of sushi at once.
Play through 25 challenging stages.
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Sushi Matching Connect 3 Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Match 3 or more identical sushi rolls in a row to clear them from the grid. Meet the level’s quota before the timer runs out.
Starting the Game
Select Start to open the welcome screen.
On the welcome screen, select the play button below the game’s title to begin.
Select the enlarge button on the top left corner to switch between windowed and full-screen modes.
Select the speaker button on the top right corner turn the game’s audio on and off.
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With your mouse:
Left click on a piece of sushi you want to move.
Left click on an adjacent piece to attempt to move it.
Tap on the screen with your fingers and use them as a mouse.
Controls and indicators.
On the top right corner are the following buttons:
On the top right of the game grid is your current score.
The level’s quota is shown on the bottom row.
The level selection screen resembles a map of Japan.
Levels are unlocked sequentially. Only the first level is playable at the start of the game.
Finish one level to unlock the next one.
You can replay any of the levels you’ve already unlocked.
Clear 3 or more identical rolls of sushi to clear them from the field.
Select one piece of sushi you want to move, then select any adjacent piece to move it.
You can only move a sushi roll if it forms a valid row of 3 or more.
Rows can be horizontal or vertical.
Both horizontal and vertical rows can overlap.
The game automatically shows you a hint after a few seconds of inactivity.
Hints shake two cells which you can swap.
Hints do not always provide the best piece move suggestion.
To clear the level, remove a number of specific types of sushi rolls.
The quota is shown on the bottom of the screen.
Meet this number before the timer runs out to win the level.
The faster you meet the quota, the higher your star rating.
Scoring and ratings
You get 90 points for every roll of 3 you remove.
The larger the number of rolls you remove, the higher your score.
You also get bonus points upon finishing the level.
This is based on the number of seconds left on the timer.
You gain 50 bonus points for every second on the timer.
Your star rating is based on how many points you score.
Some levels provide bombs. Bombs clear large swaths of sushi at once.
Simply click or tap on the bomb to activate it.
Be sure to pair off nearby sets of 3 of the sushi type you need (and any directly above the bomb blast) to build toward your level goal before detonating bombs.
As you advance through the game some levels require you break wooden blocks.
The wooden blocks do not move when you move sushi and require you to either
make a match of 3 or more where one of the cells that is part of the set is in that same block
detonate a bomb next to the wooden cell
The hardest wooden blocks to remove are those in the corners as they can only be matched in one or two directions. The top ones are harder to remove than the bottom ones since you do not know which tiles will fall into place as you make new gaps.
As you progress through the game you unlock sandclocks which fall into play.
Selecting a sandclock adds 15 seconds to your remaining time.
Some blocks rotate the sushi type shown.
When you click on the mystery block it will remove all of that type of sushi from the board.
Some levels have waste bins you have to pass through to the bottom of the level.
You get rid of the waste bins by removing the sushi which is underneath them to create a clear path to the bottom of the screen.
You can’t move caged sushi pieces & you can not swap other pieces with them, but the pieces that are caged can be part of a run of 3 in a row.
Some levels have gaps in the board where pieces fall down.
You can not jump chasms with pieces where you swap them with a piece higher up.
The game is suited for players who like match 3 in a row games.
If you like this game’s gameplay but would like another aesthetic check out Jelly Island.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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