FreeAppADay for 07/13/10: Chop Sushi!

Tue, Jul 13, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

Today’s free iPhone app at FreeAppADay.com is Chop Sushi! from THQ Wireless.

Chop Sushi! is a match-three puzzle game with three different gameplay modes. Adventure mode tells the story of Master Chef, and his quest to help people deal with their personal demons. He is an optimist who believes all should be happy, and you’ll help him make others feel the same.

For the gameplay itself, it’s a mix between basic Bejeweled and something along the lines of Chuzzle, where, instead of switching the position of two pieces of sushi that are right next to each other, you are allowed to move a piece of sushi from one side of the game board to the other, while all other items in the row move accordingly. Adding in combat like that in Puzzle Quest sees you being able to match Wasabi pieces to damage your opponents, which are those personal demons we discussed a moment ago.

Match any three pieces and they disappear as normal. Four pieces grants an extra turn, and five in a row offers two extra turns. In Quick Battle mode, you can re-play puzzle battles that you’ve already cleared in Adventure mode, while in Challenge Mode, you are setting out to match all of the pieces on the board in a limited number of turns.

If Chop Sushi! sounds like fun to you, make sure to download this (otherwise $2.99) game while it’s free today.

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