Game Rush Hour
Game, Puzzle, Toy Challenges Kids and Adults
Kids board gamechallenges kids, teens,and adults!
Board Game from Think Fun: Review from CyberParent
This classic game-puzzle captures the attention of kids, teens, and adults. RushHour definitely uses the brain!
- Four levels of skill for different kids/teens/adults.
- Develops sequential-thinking skills.
- Develops mathematical and spatial abilities.
- Motivates kids to use problem-solving skills.
- Motivates and builds tenacity in kids.
- Extra cards available.
- Generates long-term interest in entire families.
Start by picking one of 40 challenge cards, then set up the cars and buses in a specified pattern on the 6-inch-square road grid.The player is a traffic cop and the purpose of the game is to get the red car off the road.
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Game is played alone or by taking turns with two players. Perfect for the problem solvers in your family.
The game is brilliant; the packaging is not as great. Don’t let that stop youfrom buying this wonderful and challenging game/puzzle.
Rush Hour will not spend time on yourshelf! In fact, if you want to entertain your family for hours, buy the extracards at the same time you buy the game.
Multiple Awards: Canadian Toy Testing Council: Best Bet Award-1998, 1999Specialty Retailer: Games Category Top Toy of 1998Child Magazine: Child’s Choice-1998ASTRA Retailers’ Great Travel Toys-1998Learning Magazine: Teachers’ Choice Award-1998Parents Magazine: Best Toys-1997American Mensa Mind Games Competition: “Select” Award -1997Oppenheim Toy Portfolio: Platinum Award-1997ASTRA Retailers’ Favorites for the Holidays-1997Games Magazine: Games 100 List-1997
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Larger illustrations here.
Manufacturer’s Suggested Age: 8 years and up. However, most 7-year-old kids can and will play this game.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD- Small parts. Not for children under 5 years.
Game-Toy Review by Donna Green: Copyright © 2004 CyberParent. All rights reserved.
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