Rush Hour Puzzle Game
Traffic Jam Gridlock Game
Pure bumper-to-bumper enjoyment. Players set up the traffic on a game grid to match one of 40 playing cards, then try to maneuver the red car to escape the gridlock. Honk! Honk! It's gridlock and the little red car can't move. The player is a traffic cop in the Rush Hour Traffic Jam Puzzle where the objective is to get the red car off the road. To play, pick one of 40 challenge cards; solutions are printed on the back of each card. Then set up the cars and buses in a specified pattern on the 6-inch-square road grid. Move the vehicles one by one (obey those traffic laws) until the red car can escape the traffic jam. There are four levels of difficulty. Kids can alternate turns with another player or just play in traffic alone. The game from Binary Arts received a national award from Mensa and is used in elementary school math classes. The design includes clear instructions printed on the sturdy box, which can be used both as a playing tray and for storage. The game cards stow away in a drawer in the road grid.
Mensa is an international organization founded in 1946 with the mission of identifying and fostering human intelligence for the benefit of humanity. To become a member, an individual must score in the top 2% on an accepted, standardized intelligence test. Mensa serves as a social and intellectual network for its members, providing them with various opportunities for discussion, debate, and engagement on a wide range of topics. The organization also engages in outreach activities aimed at stimulating intellectual achievement in the wider population, often through educational programs, scholarships, and publications. Mensa has more than 100,000 members worldwide, representing diverse fields and backgrounds. The organization is not only a hub for intellectual exchange but also aims to use its collective resources for positive societal change.