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Flying Sushi Kitchen: A quick-paced game that's fun for all

Kidsday reporter Amanda Lam tested Flying Sushi Kitchen.

Kidsday reporter Amanda Lam tested Flying Sushi Kitchen. Photo Credit: Newsday/Pat Mullooly

Flying Sushi Kitchen (Redwood Ventures) is a fun game! There are tubes that blow the sushi (foam balls) into the air, and then you have to get the sushi using your chopsticks. You have to get the sushi in midair before time runs out.

The card you pick up should have a few sushi pieces on it. Get the sushi on the card and place it on the tubes. Press the red button for a rush order for 45 seconds or the green button for a normal order for 60 seconds. Press the green or red button to stop the air coming from the bamboo tubes.

The game was fun and hard. It was fun because you can play with four people and learn how to use chopsticks fast. If you don’t know how to use chopsticks, there are chopstick trainers for each person.

Batteries are needed.

Ages: 7 and older

Rating: 5 smiles out of 5

Beth Darrell’s fourth-grade class, Pulaski Road Elementary School, East Northport

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