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Rush Hour

| Published: 2010
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It will take more than a little skilled driving to get the red car out of this traffic jam – it will take brainpower. In Rush Hour, a sliding block logic game, you have to battle the gridlock as you slide the blocking vehicles out of the way for the red car to exit. With 40 all-new challenges, ranging in difficulty, players can progress at their own speed. As one of the best logic games of all time, Rush Hour is a must for every household.

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“Not Really a Board Game, But Still Fun”

This isn’t a board game – it’s a puzzle. You lay out the cars on the grid according to a card and try to slide the cars around in such a way that you can get the special car (the red truck on this version’s box art) through the exit.

It’s a very simple concept, but the cars can only move forward or reverse because of how the grid is designed. You have to figure out the right sequence and amount to move pieces to get the special car through the exit and the goal is to do it as efficiently as possible.

There’s nothing really telling you to count the number of moves it takes you, but that’s the easiest way to figure out if you’ve got a more direct solution or not.

Overall the game is going to be worth it for folks who like puzzles. It’s single player and the version I have came with something like 30 puzzles of increasing difficulty and I bought a tiny little expansion that had one vehicle and another ~30 puzzle layouts on those cards.

I like puzzles, which is why I bought it, but it’s completely understandable if some folks just aren’t interested.

The High Points:
Inexpensive
A nice challenge with the harder layouts
Nice design (I dig the simple colorful look)

 

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