The tactile experience and simplicity of Tokyo Parking make it one of the most addicting single-player puzzle games we've ever played. The inventor, Nob Yoshigahara, cautions: "I can not be blamed if you are late for work, if you cancel all your social plans, or if your lover leaves you. I am sorry."
To play, arrange the wooden blocks to match one of the 36 challenges in the included booklet then attempt to slide the pieces out of the way to free your chosen car from the tangle of gridlock. The puzzles towards the front of the booklet are fairly easy but the ones at the back are nearly impossible!
Please note: We have chosen to carry the Japanese version of this game because we prefer the illustrated wooden blocks to the brightly colored plastic version normally sold in the U.S.
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