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Sushido Basic Guide by EvilAngelz


Types of Channel
Time&Player-Restricted Channels: Meaning that you cannot choose (time, opponent, how many people to play with, etc) because system is fixed and will match you with other players automatically.
  • 10s Arena
  • 5s Arena

Level-Restricted Channels
  • Newbie Chefs
  • Sous Chefs
  • Senior Chefs
  • Master Chefs

Up-to-your-host selection Channels: Meaning that only your host can change the room settings.
  • W. Sushi Academy
  • X. Sushi Academy
  • Y. Sushi Academy
  • Z. Sushi Academy

! Ding ding ding, so many channels, which channel to play!? !
> Just started playing & don’t feel confident?
•Choose Level-Restricted Channels

> It’s time to build an empire (level, collect gold & awards)?
•Choose Time&Player-Restricted Channels

> Just wanna challenge your friends?
•Choose Up-to-your-host selection Channels

> How to join a match in Level-Restricted, Time&Player-Restricted or Up-to-your-host selection Channels?
•Click on the room you want to play in.


OR if you cannot find a match, create your match by clicking any empty boxes then press enter & wait for least 1 player.


> It’s time to build an empire (level, collect gold & awards)?
•Choose Time&Player-Restricted Channels
•Start by clicking the green button with the man holding the fish & wait for awhile.

Last edited by [GM]Ruby; 18th July 2016 at 10:17 AM.
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Facebook Guide
Pictorial guide as shown below;



~Additional Help~
Bug as of 31 July 2016.
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In-Game Controls
You can chat with your opponent at any point of time by using the chat box at the extreme left-hand. Emojis are also available there.



You can check for how many more turns before the game ends when it’s not your turn at the right-hand side. Note that the turn indicator might not be accurate as it also depends on when you or your opponent finishes the last seated customer order. Same place to check when your turn ends (timer is in seconds) as shown in the screenshot below;



There’re 4 buttons when you hover over the tool that can be found at the extreme right-hand side beside the timer.
Due to forums limitation, I am not available to post anymore images... Click here to see what I am talking about.
  • Abandon Match: All player(s) has to agree to abandon the match after requesting. No penalties are given to any player.
  • Change Quality: Allows you to change quality if your graphics card is lagging.
  • Exit Match: You will be penalised when you leave the room.
  • Mute / Unmute

When it’s your turn, you can choose any of the 5 actions. Your turn will be over after the time is up, after you make a match or after you used a skill.
  • Make A Match: Using your mouse, touchpad or touchscreen to match least 3 same ingredients (in a straight line, a ‘T’ shape or a ‘L’ shape) by swapping 2 ingredients.
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  • Use A Skill: Clicking on any skill uses it immediately. You can only use 1 skill per turn and each skill cannot be reused in the same match.

    [FEATURE NOT AVAILABLE YET] If you're a hardcore Sushido gamer, you can also also use your skills by pressing 1-4 on your keyboard (with the button sequence of top to bottom).

    For example;
    Press 1 for the top skill.
    Press 4 for the bottom skill.

    Do ensure that your chatbox is empty (not showing the blinking "I") before using, if not, it would be treated as a text. Example as shown below with a pictorial guide;


    However, currently this feature is new and has a certain number of bugs. Use it at your own risk.

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  • Using Hint: Clicking on the hint button will assist you on the next valid match (up till 3 hints). Hints can be bought in game shop at a price of 200 cash for 50 hints.
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  • Pick a customer: Customers would wait for you to serve them at the center bottom of the screen. You can choose to serve them by clicking on their forehead. However, you can only serve customers of your own selected sushi that is done in your settings before the start of the game.



    -> Customers Patience: Upon taking up your customer order, you’re responsible to follow-up on their request. Each customer would have their own patience bar at the side of his or her body as shown in the screenshot below;



    -> Patience Bar: Daruma & Origami Charms (equipped on a bracelet you’re wearing), Viwawa Superfriends and treats can all increase customer’s patience and decrease their patience’s drop rate. <Continue reading to know more.>

    -> Once the customer lost all his or her patience, the customer would run off expecting a sum of compensation (varies from sushi to sushi) from you!
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  • Give your customer a treat: Giving your customers some freebies such as green tea or ice cream will calm them for awhile.

    -> Customers would also give you some tips at the end when the sushi is served!

    -> The treat would automatically be given to your customer if you only have 1 customer at that time. However, if you have more than one customer at that time, you would need to select which customer to treat.

Last edited by EvilAngelz; 16th August 2016 at 06:40 PM.
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Sushido Settings
Sushi you can choose 3 sushis from a default of 5 sushis. You can purchase more sushi when you achieved the stated sushi requirements. Better sushis, better earnings, more chances of winning!


! Ding ding ding, I chose the wrong sushi, how can I undo it? !
> Click on sushi you don’t want to deselect it.

! Ding ding ding, what if I don’t choose any? !
> The system will automatically choose for you.

Skills are for single use in each match. It would help you to earn more per match by just 1 or 2 click(s)! After using each skill, it would also automatically end your turn. How each and every skill work are stated below;

Chef Cut / Slice
1.Click on the skill
2.Click on the row / column you want
3.The row / column that you had selected should be gone as show in the screenshot at the side. (Note: The red line intercepting the ingredient is what would be gone)


Chef Cut


Chef Slice

! Ding ding ding, which row or column should I choose? !
> Depending on what your customer wants or the next predicted ingredients that will appear in the game board.

Chef Scoop
1. Click on the skill.
2. Select 1 ingredient as the ‘middle’ point of the skill.
3. Click on the ingredient you had selected and 9 ingredients should be gone.

Magic Prawn+Roe / Magic Fish+Egg / Magic Octopus+Cucumber
Simply click on the skill and it’ll take 6 of each stated ingredients which can be found in the game board only.

! Ding ding ding, what if there isn’t 6 of the stated ingredients? !
> Lady luck is probably not on your side then; you could only get those few ingredient(s) left in the board.

Magic Fish / Magic Prawn / Magic Octopus / Magic Roe / Magic Egg / Magic Cucumber
Simply click on the skill and it’ll take up ALL of the stated ingredient. This skill could also help you to gain a new few badges!
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Passive Skills are for multiple use in each match depending on your luck. They have to be formed before they could appear as a skill. It still works if you were to flip & form according to the examples given below.

Awesome Foursome: Extend 1 more ingredient both left & right.
(Extra earnings: $2)



Fantastic Five: Extend from taking 5 ingredients to the whole line.
(Extra Earnings: $3)



Legendary Match: Extends the ‘L’ Shape till it touches the edge of the game board.
(Extra Earnings: $0-9)



Terrific Match: Form an extended ‘t’ shape (from one end of the game board till another).
(Extra Earnings: $16)

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Dispensers (aka treats) typically increases earnings and customer’s patience. You’ll also need to refill your dispensers whenever it runs out if not your dispensers would not work. Refills are purchasable via cash in shop.
  • Sake Maker (Can be brought in store): Increase customer’s patience & more earnings.
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  • Green Tea (Can be brought in store): Increase earnings & increase more customer’s patience.
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  • Wasabi Ice Cream Maker (Can be brought in store): Increase earnings & customer’s patience.
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  • Shoyu Flask: Increase earnings & increase even more customer’s patience but requires more matches.
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  • Easter Egg Machine: Increase earnings & increase even more customer’s patience but requires more matches.
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Charms can be hunt by playing in arena channels. Some charms can be bought. It can also be upgraded when you have enough of the same type.

Waving Neko (Can be brought in store): Earns you extra gold
XP Onigiri (Can be brought in store): Earns you extra EXP
Daruma: Increase customer’s patience
Origami: Decrease customer’s patience drop rate
Ebi Charm: More chances to get prawn
Roe Charm: More chances to get roe
Cucumber Charm: More chances to get cucumber
Egg Charm: More chances to get egg
Fish Charm: More chances to get fish
Tako Charm: More chances to get octopus


Bracelets allows you to put on your charm(s) and equip with you to your matches. Different bracelets have different charm capacity, max charm level & durability.

Considering your bracelet before your charms would be advised. Most bracelets are promotional items (limited edition) and not purchasable. The only purchasable one is plain bracelet. There’re also a several tools that allows you to fix or make changes to the bracelet;

Charm Solvent: Allows you to remove inlayed charms.
Hammer: Fix the bracelet when it’s broken.
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Item Upgrading & Enhancements
Sushido allows you to upgrade and enhance your ingredients, dispensers or even charms.

Upgrading ingredients: All ingredients can be upgraded, up till a maximum level of 4 stars. Most ingredients are purchasable by both gold & cash but there’re still some that is only purchasable by cash.

Upgrading dispensers: Only some dispensers can be upgraded by purchasing them with cash.

Increase Number of Tables: If you want to take up the challenge of serving more customers at once, you can by getting more tables in shop. Note that only a maximum of 3 tables per person is allowed.

Increase skill slot: You can get 1 more skill slot by clicking on the unlock button of your 4th skill slot. It would cost 1500 Viwawa Cash to unlock.

Upgrading charms: All charms can be upgraded when you collected / purchased enough amount of the kind.


! Ding ding ding, how do I upgrade ingredients, tables or dispensers? !

> Firstly, click then click
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  • Angel Customers: They have more patience and might give you some tip after they’re served!
  • Free Refills for your dispensers

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SPECIAL THANKS to whoever who is involved in helping to take those screenshots. And [GM]Ruby for sticking this thread!

Disclaimer: This guide is exacted from Sushido's Player Writing Competition. EvilAngelz holds no responsibility to the accuracy, completeness, validity or timeliness of the information compiled from other sources presented on this thread. Before relying on this information, I strongly suggest independent research and verification. Details on the resources used have been included for your convenience.

Last edited by EvilAngelz; 1st August 2016 at 08:40 PM.
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Thank you GM for sticking this thread. So honored
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Kinda of wordy, but that's really just the basics you have to go through.
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Essential one would be post #3-6.
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Note: You will be kicked out of the room upon missing 3 turns of inactiveness.
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Might wanna start from timeless games such as candy crush to train up on your fundamentals.
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Ps: You cant pause your game at any point during your match.
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