Tokyo Highway is a board game where 2-4 players aged 8 years and over compete to build the longest road. Players will have to plan their movements as highways are not able to connect or touch each other. Instead, players will earn points by going under or over highways and creating exits.
The aim of the game is to be the first player to place all your cars on the highway. There is 10 cars in total, place these when a pillar and road have been built according to the rules. If you cause an opponents car or road to fall you must hand over your pillars equal to the amount dropped. The game will proceed once the highway has been fixed.
First player to place all 10 cars wins!
Tokyo Highway Gameplay
An overview of how to play Tokyo Highway will be found below:
- Players will take it in turns to play one highway segment.
- Place a pylon stack and connect it to your highway using the lollypop sticks.
- Players cannot join other highways.
- Place cars when your highway goes over another players, goes under another players or has an exit.
- For each point earned a car must be placed on the highway.
- The first player to have all their cars on the highway win!
- If all construction materials run out and the opponents has no penalties the game ends and they win.
The complete list of game components for Tokyo Highway will be found below:
- Wooden Cars
- Wooden Blocks
- Lollypop Sticks
- Plastic Tweezers