I don’t know about you, but since my family first played Gamewright’s Sushi Go! it’s been on our list of favorite games! Now, it’s about to get even more interesting! In celebration of the game’s success in partnering with publishers in 6 countries, Gamewright is giving players a new challenge.

In order to satisfy all palates and to add a more complex method of play, a 4 pack of soy sauce promo cards will go up for sale on BoardGameGeek.com. The soy sauce card allows players to gain 4 points for having the most variety in cards played in a turn. So having the kind of plate you’d expect at an all-you-can-eat-sushi-buffet can net you some points!

The promo packs will be selling for $5 and will be released soon! If you aren’t sure what Sushi Go! is, but love the idea of mixing your triple point wasabi with some 4 point soy sauce into a spicy, muddy oblivion check out our review here!

If you already know you love Sushi Go! check out some of our other Gamewright reviews!

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By Kelly Allard

Associate Editor

I think one of the hardest things to write about is yourself! Either you sound absolutely insane or completely uninteresting… so, I’ll try to hit the middle ground.

I am a 30-something mom to very vibrant and very intelligent 4-year old daughter who is one of the biggest geeks I’ve ever known. She does come by it honestly, considering her father and I are both just a *little* geeky! Our little family hides in the middle of a city in upstate NY.

By day, I am embedded deep in the culture of corporate America building spreadsheets while I play the eternal game of trying to beat my last latest-and-greatest idea. By night, I’m the intrepid superhero “Gamer Mom” - you know, the one with as many faces as she has ways to beat you in Settlers of Catan?

My educational background is in Math and I love all things science-y, so I try to integrate those loves with my love of gaming! Mostly, I gravitate towards board games these days, as I have been an avid board gamer for as far as I can remember. That said, I also like to tabletop, LARP and have only recently come back to the obsessive hobby that is video games.

Gaming is something that I see as more than just a hobby, it’s a part of life that we only sometimes get to formalize in fun. We play games every day to be more productive, to get that promotion, to convince our kids to clean off the table. We thrive on achievement, on competition, and on cooperation. Whether you’re earning the “Explorer badge” in WoW, or the Longest Rail in Ticket to Ride, or your newest gold star on the Potty Chart, it’s all the same. Games are more than something we do to escape life, they are something we need to understand and master to be successful at life.

So that’s me. Hopefully I can help inspire you to find the fun in everyday life as well.

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