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ThinkFun Rush Hour Jr.
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- Four levels of play
- Forty mind challenge cards with solutions
- Fifteen cars and truck, one ice cream truck
- Traffic game grid and game-go storage bag
- For ages between 6 to 8 years
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
Simple rules -- once you have placed the cars on the Grid, you can only move them forward or backward.
A great addition to this game is "Rush Hour 2, 3 and 4 Gift Pack" for less than $12/-. Each set has 40 cards or in total 120 different combinations are possible. The highest level is really really difficult. Meant for the "Pros" only !!!
The rules are: no moving cars sideways. You have to move them forward or backward based on the direction the vehicles are facing. The beginner cards typically require each vehicle be moved only once before you are able to get the ice cream truck through the traffic. With the advanced cards, you may have to move vehicles a few times as you strategically plan your escape.
This game is not only fun, but helps with organization (setting up the grid) and planning (figuring out how to get your ice cream truck out of a jam). It also gives the kids a sense of accomplishment as they move on to the more difficult cards.
I highly recommend it and we plan on buying the adult version soon!
It also travels really well, we take it in the car for our frequent long trips and take it on the boat to play during snack time.
Parents--I definitely recommend both Rush Hour versions and the booster cards.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my grandchildren ages 6-11 and they all love it. The eldest breezed through the easier levels, but still found the higher levels challenging. Read morePublished 1 month ago by tamar
My son was 5 when I bought this for him. He loved it so much, that we bought rush hour 2 when he was 6. He enjoys figuring out the puzzle on getting the car out.Published 6 months ago by Julie Diaz
Best game to buy. Our 3 yo started by playing with the cars, then filling the grid with them, then placing the way it is on the card and finally doing the puzzles... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sam Levy
Packing was insufficient, and the box came torn and partly crushed. The game is great, though.Published 8 months ago by Nancy J.
This game is super for taking along on trips, camping, etc... and is a really good brain puzzle for kids. And guess what, not a bad way to keep adults busy either! Read morePublished 11 months ago by busy shopper