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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Elizabethtown, KY -- Nov 5, 2012 -- After more than a year in development and months in Beta, So Not Soft is proud to announce its first game available on Google Play! Sushi Shift is a game centered around clearing as many pieces of sushi off the screen as possible. Turn the tables on the average puzzle genre. Sushi Shift utilizes your phone’s orientation to shift sushi blocks for better combos. With three different modes of play, this frantic and fast paced puzzle game will have you competing for the top spot on the scoreboard. The game has three modes of play which are:

Clean Your Plate:

A race against the timer before the next course gets served! If you let your screen fill up and the timer ends it's game over for you!

All You Can Eat:

No rush here, just clear blocks at your own pace.

Lunch Special:

Don't have a lot of time on your hands? Try to get the highest score possible with only 100 seconds on the clock!

With the ability to register an account with So Not Soft you can have your scores permanently saved online!

Come try out our app on Google Play!


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