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|Designer||Naotaka Shimamoto, Yoshiaki Tomioka|
|Number of Players||2-4 players|
|Mechanics||Line Drawing, Route/Network Building|
In Tokyo Highway, players compete to place all of their cars on the road — but to do that they will first have to build the roadways!
Over the course of the game, players construct columns of varying heights by using the 66 squat cylinders in the box, then connect those columns with sticks that serve as roadways, with the columns not necessarily being the same height when connected. Once you have a highway, you can possibly place one of your ten cars on it.
Goal of the Game
You must construct a highway and place all your cars on the highway by crossing your opponent’s roads. The first player to place all 10 cars is the winner.
Playing the Game
You have three things to do during your turn.
① Constructing a pillar
② Constructing a road
③ Placing cars on highway
Game goes on repeating ① to ③ alternately.
End of the Game
1. When all 10 cars are placed on the highway: The first player to finish all 10 cars is the winner.
2. When construction materials run out: If you are out of construction materials, you must wait for your opponent to finish the next turn. If the opponent finishes the turn with no penalty, the player with no more construction materials is the loser.