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| August 6, 2013
The Savory Swiping Saga Continues With Sushi Mushi's New Single-Player Levels
The monstrously mouthwatering match-three game Sushi Mushi has just been updated to version 3.0. The sole line of release note for Sushi Mushi's 3.0 update reads: "You asked for 'em, now you get 'em: Single-player levels are here to test your sushi swiping skills!" Indeed, Sushi Mushi 3.0 introduces a fresh style of sushi rolling with the game's new single-player levels. Previously, Sushi Mushi offered a single-player snack mode for practicing your skills for the game's main asynchronous multiplayer battles. But now, Sushi Mushi has prepared a series of single-player levels for that. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Sushi Mushi's new single-player levels are just like Candy Crush Saga levels, except with sushi instead of candy. In these levels, you still have to swipe through at least three matching sushi to create rolls and earn points. But you have to score enough points before you run out of turns. You can also use power-ups called Sushi Specials to magnify your sushi rolling efforts. Sushi Mushi 3.0 is available now in the App Store for free. The game is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. For more about iOS match-three games, check out Ninja Match-Three Game Kurabi Introduces New Ability, Leaderboards And Retries, Top Grossing Freemium Match-Three Game Candy Crush Saga Gains New Levels, and Is Full Fat's Sugar Rush Yet Another Ripoff Of King's Candy Crush Saga?. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]