Pull a card, make the piece of sushi pictured, and serve it oh so carefully onto the table. But if your piece is the one that makes the table pop and send all the sushi flying, you lose! And the other players get to point at you and giggle over your poor sushi-making skills. Perhaps you will have to write them a letter of apology. And then it will be put into your permanent file, and all future employers will see it and assign you the desk closest to the office microwave where everyone makes their popcorn.

Or, nah. You could just play another game of Sushi Panic, which, since it doesn’t require reading (handy, since the instructions are in Japanese), is suitable for small children. It looks like fun to play. But it probably won’t make kids like sushi any better.

Sushi Panic, $25

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