Sushi Roll 3D is a game all about running your own sushi restaurant. You need to whip up dishes for your customers, making sure you nail every part of the preparation and presentation if you want to earn the big bucks.
There’s a lot going on in the game, which is why we’ve written this guide. In it you’re going to find all of the hints, tips and tricks you’re going to need to make sure you’re making the perfect roll, noodle bowl or side dish every time.
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Avoid Bad Ingredients
When you’re making a roll, sometimes there are going to be bad ingredients in your path. The most obvious ones are the drawing pins – you definitely don’t want to be feeding your customers those. But there are others that you need to avoid as well.
You can tell the bad ingredients because they look gross. There’ll be stink lines and mold, for example. When you see one, don’t roll your creation over it. You’ll lose cash if you do, so you’re going to lose cash.
Fill Your Bowl
When you’re serving noodles, you don’t want to stop as soon as the game tells you. Delivering a bowl that’s half full to your customer is going to upset them, after all.
Instead keep your finger pushed on the screen until the happiness meter is full. The game will then automatically move you onto the next part of the preparation process. Remember, more noodles equals more good.
Spend Your Cash
You can spend the money you earn on upgrading your restaurant. The more upgrades you buy, the more cash you’re going to earn. It’s a pleasant circle of success leading to more success.
Don’t forget to head into the restaurant and claim the cash you make as well. And when you get a chance to watch a video to upgrade your restaurant, you should definitely do that as well.
Always Take VIP Missions
You’ll need to watch videos to unlock the VIP missions, but you’ll get a whole wodge of cash for completing them so it’s well worth it. Watch another video at the end of the mission and you’ll get even more money.
The VIP missions don’t change the mechanics of the game, but you’ll often be using weird ingredients. Y’know, skulls, keyboards, rainbows, that sort of thing. Finish them off and you’ll be in the money.