Sushi Catapult

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3.8/5 (81 votes)

Sushi Cat loves sushi! If he can get to the moon, he gets a lot of sushi! So how does he get to the moon? A Sushi Catapult, of course! A bright and colorful action-launch game from Jay Armstrong and Jimp, Sushi Catapult is a visually bring and aurally cheery ray of sunshine in a series that has delivered many before, even if its many moving parts may be taxing on your browser.

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Very cute game!

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sunnylauren May 29, 2015 8:36 PM

I liked it. Just enough frustration for a slight challenge but not enough to make me quit. I would've preferred more upgrades, though, and more variation between levels.

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Mystify May 29, 2015 10:27 PM

I found this one extremely insubstantial. I didn't fail any levels after the few few, once I got the right upgrades going

strategy

Its all about bounces. Ignore most other upgrades. Max out your number of bounces first. Then you want to sushi magnet, bouncy beans, I'm not sure what order is best, but I maxed the magnet then the beans and it worked fine.
Just be strategic about your bounces. try to hit the launching items on the bottom, and hitting the powerups is a bonus.
Doing this, and the game is a cakewalk.

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Regy Rusty May 30, 2015 8:18 AM

This game is disappointing from both directions. It's not as engaging as previous Sushi Cat entries because the only part of their gameplay it retains is collecting sushi with none of what made those games actually appealing. But it's not a good launch game either, lacking any of the variety and challenge of good entries in that genre (like say Burrito Bison). So it's just kind of there.

I'd rather have had another actual Sushi Cat game.

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Sushi Cat! This was pretty cute, but as some others said, it was fairly easy once you got a couple of upgrades under your belt. Still, I found it entertaining! Cute graphics as always, and lots of silliness.

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Kaykayenne May 30, 2015 4:44 PM

Is there a way to lower the quality? Nothing happens when I right click on the game but my computer is super slow...

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sunnylauren May 30, 2015 5:00 PM replied to Regy Rusty

I thought of Burrito Bison, too, and I was thrilled that this one had way faster rewards than that. Burrito Bison is probably the most tedious, slow-paced launch game I've ever played.

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613 The Evil June 1, 2015 11:38 AM

What gives? I remember playing this game some time ago... Was it rereleased? You tricked me into playing it again, but I had seen it all before...

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Patreon Donator Infant Tyrone June 4, 2015 10:23 AM

Is this super clunky for anyone else? The Flash is really choppy and unplayable. I'm on an older Mac, but I have no trouble with other Flash games.

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