Sushi Drop

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Sushi Drop
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The game
Information
Players 1
Minigame Location Club Penguin app
Date released May 9, 2013–May 20, 2015 (iOS)
December 17, 2014–June 30, 2015 (Android)
Stamps awarded No

Sushi Drop is a game that is only available on the Android version of the Club Penguin app. Spike Hike announced it on the Club Penguin blog. In order to play it, you need sushi and you can get it by watching videos, reading the blog etc. Once you have sushi you have to feed it to the clams and if you do feed them, you get coins depending on the size of the clam (bigger clams means more coins). On May 20, 2015 the game was removed from iOS version of the App because of the redesigned main screen. It was removed on June 30, 2015 from Android.

Gameplay[edit]

Player drags a piece of sushi from the sushi tray at the top and drops it into the water. The piece then slowly falls down bouncing off the obstacles (i.e. rock) and player can adjust the velocity by tapping in front of the sushi piece which creates bubbles that absorb the piece’s momentum. At two different points of gameplay, a fluffy can enter the screen and when hit by the sushi, 200 coins are released; player can then collect the bonus using a bubble. After the piece leaves the area filled with pegs, player can no more create bubbles and the piece is heading to one of the seven clams seated on the sea bottom. The clam that receives the piece will eat it and reward player with coins corresponding to distance of the clam to the center, the midmost clam is the large clam giving 500 coins, other clams are small and give 200 coins or in case of the farmost clams, 150 coins. Additionally player can be randomly awarded bonus treasure in form of bag of coins or one of eight rare items.

Prizes[edit]

Players can obtain eight items for their online penguin via this game.

Gallery[edit]

Sneak Peeks[edit]

Prizes[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Name In other languages[edit]

Language Name
Portuguese Sushi Voador
French Aqua Sushi
Spanish Sushi al Agua
German Aqua-Sushi
Russian Аква-суши[1]


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