Review: Tokyo Highway

Review: Tokyo Highway

Daren Hutton1 comment

Number of players: 2-4
Playing Time: 30-50mins
Age: 8+

Tokyo Highway is a dexterity game where players are creating roadways to place their cars on. The winner of the game is the first player to place all their cars.

During the game, players create columns and of different heights and places a road section. If any road section passes under or over an existing road you can place one of your cars on the newly placed road (if the new road passes both over and under an existing road you can place two cars).  Be careful though, as the game carries on the playing area becomes a chaotic jumble of roads, columns and cars and there are penalties if you knock any of the highways over. This means that placing your roads and cars can become extremely tense and often hilarious, you’ll need a steady hand (with a little help from the tweezers included in the game) to win Tokyo Highway.

Tokyo Highway is an excellent game that is amazingly simple. It plays like Jenga or Buckaroo but with more depth and strategy. The simplicity makes Tokyo Highway the perfect game for children and you’ll have hours of fun creating your own Spaghetti Junction on the tabletop.

Dexterity Game
Easy to Learn
Child Friendly

You can purchase Tokyo Highway here.

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