Brand: THINKFUN
Product Code: TF5060
Availability:In Stock
Rs.1,800.00

Get your car out of the jam before your opponent with this reasoning skills toy for ages 8

...read more

Qty

Rush Hour Shift - Thinkfun - 2 Player Traffic Jam Strategy Toy pits your wits against your opponent's as you race (or crawl) your way out of the gridlock first! This addictive and super-fun strategy toy takes the bestselling Thinkfun Rush Hour puzzle game to the next level as kids compete in a game of reasoning, logic, and luck. Designed for two players, Rush Hour Shift is good for boys and girls and is meant for ages 8 and above. It's a great game for kids to play against each other, or even take on an adult! A highly lauded cognitive development toy, Rush Hour Shift brings together the best of a fun multiplayer game with a reasoning skills toy for hours of fun.

Rush Hour Shift comes with a moveable traffic grid, 12 blocking vehicles, 2 hero cars, 32 game cards, a set of instructions with 10 game set-ups, and a travel bag for easy transport. To play Rush Hour Shift, set up the traffic grid according to one of the 10 game set ups. Pick out a hero car and deal out 4 game cards to each player and leave the remaining available for players to pick cards out from. A player starts by picking one of their cards and move their cars or the grid according to the card. The card is then kept aside in a new stack. The second player repeats this and moves their cars and/or the board to get their hero car out or block their opponent's path! With so many shifting combinations possible, the game stays a nail-biter until the very end.

A runner-up in the 2016 Toy of the Year Competition and a toy recommended by American Mensa, Rush Hour Shift is a great combination of a strategy toy with a cognitive development toy that will have your children yearning for more

About Product Box
Designed In USA
EAN 19275950606
Additional Information
Number of Players Two player
Play Type Puzzles, Strategy game
Learning Value Analytical Thinking,Cognitive Development,Higher Order Thinking Skills,Problem Solving,Reasoning Skills

Ask a question

Note: HTML is not translated!

Write a review

Note: HTML is not translated!