Club Penguin’s Sushi Drop
Lots of mini-games are memorable for a variety of reasons, but there is one game which often gets forgotten as it was removed two years after it released, despite people initially being very excited for it when it was included in 2013 as part of the My Penguin app.
You may remember the game I’m talking about: Sushi Drop! 🍣 It was a very simple game, but perhaps this advert will remind you of it.
The game’s concept was quite simple. Everyday, you would open the My Penguin app and play a quick round of Sushi Drop, where you’d use your finger to drag a bit of sushi into the ocean. It would then travel downwards.
After a few seconds, one of the oysters would eat the sushi. The idea was to get it in the bigger oyster’s mouth, though there would be fishes and rocks to push the sushi off-course.
This became a very simple way to earn coins, though there were prizes too, varying from the Sailor Hat and Shell Necklace to three different backgrounds. As such, many played it frequently, and it became an iconic part of the app.
Sadly though, I suspect that not many people remember it well! In such a case, I hope that you enjoyed this Mountains Monday post. Thank you for reading, waddle on!
I used to love this game! I remember getting coins and items from it. 10/10
I miss this game, remember playing it on my cousin’s iPad. 🙁
I miss it too! I felt quite nostalgic writing this post.