Are you a game fan? Do you have kids who love playing games too? Rush Hour Shift is the perfect game for Family Game Night, or even just a quiet evening one on one. It’s a two player game so if you’d like to use for Family Game Night you may need to alternate but it’s so much fun for all who play!
This time around I asked my husband, Peter and oldest son, Jordan to play this game and share their thoughts once they were done. It was hilarious to hear them both playing as they both got right into it. There was a lot of hilarious competitive banter and friendly shouts followed by laughter. They took it really seriously and got very competitive with each other which was really funny to watch.
About Rush Hour Shift
Every move counts in this race to cross traffic. As you draw cards, you’ll need a little luck and a clever strategy to win. Should you use your turn to advance your own Hero Car or block your opponent? The potential moves are endless, and the shifting Traffic Grid adds a whole new dimension to play. Just when you think you’ve cleared a path to the finish, a shift of the grid can change the game! – thinkfun.com/rushhourshift
8 to Adult!
12 Blocking Vehicles
2 Hero Cars
Instructions with 10 Game Set-Ups
So this evening I sat with my son to play some Rush Hour Shift. What a great new game. Its a traffic jam that you have to navigate your hero car through. With shifts of traffic grids and slides of other cars, this makes for some great fun. The instructions are clear and concise with lots of different game starts to choose from. Definitely an A+ in my books.
When playing Rush Hour Shift, I noticed how much thought you need to put into your next move as they’re all crucial. One bad move and your opponent can win and pass the finish line. Rush Hour Shift is a great game for everyone in the family and becomes very fun when you get the hang of it. Once you start playing, you don’t wanna stop playing. It never gets old and is so fun to try to make combinations with the traffic and try to get the good cards!
What type of games do you or your kids like to sit down and enjoy?