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Old Jan 15, 2013, 03:33 PM   #1
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Pirate Sushi hits de AppStore

Slicing seadogs was so addictive on iTapPirate that we decided to put a full game about it!

Pirate Sushi is a Fruit Ninja style game were the best chef of the 7 oceans, The Kraken, gets the lost buccaneers ships and tries to make a sushi feast with all the bad pirates.

However, Pirate Sushi is not just about slicing and squeezing pirates. There is a series of more than 40 challenges that will test your skills and keep your interested for a long time.

With lot of PowerUps, Combos, Multi-slicing, Explosions, Bonuses, and a full campaign to beat; Pirate Sushi is for sure a great choice!


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Old Jan 16, 2013, 12:52 PM   #2
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I feel like your title should be Pirate Sushi hits ye AppStore. More pirate theme'd.
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