Rush Hour by Think Fun is a game worth the purchase. This particular version is held in a draw string bag. It’s light, compact, and perfect for an indoor recess activity, brain break, or work toward goal. Rush Hour is enjoyed by all ages and sharpens sequential reasoning and planning skills.
Think Fun’s description of the game. “Set up the traffic challenge and battle the gridlock as you slide the blocking vehicles out of your way to find a path for your red car to exit! This game features four levels of difficulty, allowing players to progress at their own pace. With 40 all-new challenges, it’s even more bumper-to-bumper fun for all ages!”
There is also a free app for Rush Hour. The paid version without ads is $3.49. While I’m a huge fan of technology and I did download the app, I do prefer the old school tactile version. In the app the traffic jam is already set up for you to work your way out of. The old school game has the player setting up the traffic jam, mirroring the layout provided on the card picked.
If Rush Hour isn’t already in your collection you may want to consider taking a second look if you come across it while out and about.