Sushi Cat 2: The Great Purrade
Everybody loves a parade, especially Sushi Cat! The floats! The food! The music! The food! The games! And, of course, the food! But when Wife Cat gets lost midst the bustling crowd, Sushi Cat knows it won't be easy to find his pink lady love amongst the cotton candy, parade balloons, and other squishy critters. But he'll find her, even if it means eating all the shari, nori and neta in the county! Sushi Cat 2: The Great Purrade is a new set of levels in Joey Betz's popular pachinko arcade game series, and it will leave you :3-ing.
Use the mouse to indicate where you wish to drop Sushi Cat, then click to release him. He'll bounce around the screen collecting sushi and power-ups before landing it one of the bonus point buckets at the bottom. Also, you should flail your hands wildly at the screen in order to coax Sushi Cat to move in one direction or another, while swearing under your breath every time he heads left instead of right when there was only one sushi left right there, dangit! (Okay, maybe that's just a personal strategy). Completing each level requires you to eat a certain number of sushi, indicated by the gauge on the left. Any more over the required means bonus points for Sushi Cat. Each level also has a single piece of bonus sushi which will activate a power-up or minigame that'll help your sushi collection. Finally, three pieces of gold sushi appear in each level. Though they don't add to your required total, collecting them will unlock various alternate costumes. Finish all 20 levels, and save Wife Cat!
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By what is surely the purest of coincidences, Sushi Cat 2: The Great Purrade timed its release to coincide with the upcoming debut of Sushi Cat Plushes offered in the Armor Games store. That said, the little bit of unsubtle shilling herein is easy to forgive since A. The game is another high-quality entry in a high-quality series and B. Those things are probably gonna be adorable. The parade setting makes for some inspired pachinko level designs, filled with balloons, performers, decorations and flags. Also, like always, the new power-ups are gloriously surreal, with the Whack-A-Sumo minigame being a oddly charming standout. (That said, while it would probably be disappointing if it didn't make an appearance, we've probably hit the limit on the number of Nyan Cat cameos we're going to tolerate in our casual gaming releases. C'mon guys. That thing is so 2011.) All in all, Sushi Cat 2: The Great Purrade is a pack of awesomeness that won't need any wasabi to blow your mind.