Jenga – 2006 Edition

August 29, 2013 - Comment

Jenga Product Features Classic Jenga now in an easy “put away” package for easy clean up This is one game that children and adults can play together, has no learning curve and never gets old or boring This is the blockbuster of all stacking games! The original wood block game The rules are simple enough

Jenga

Product Features

  • Classic Jenga now in an easy “put away” package for easy clean up
  • This is one game that children and adults can play together, has no learning curve and never gets old or boring
  • This is the blockbuster of all stacking games! The original wood block game
  • The rules are simple enough for the whole family to play: just stack the blocks into a tower without letting it fall
  • It’s fun for all ages, too, as some blocks from the bottom of the tower are pulled to make it taller
  • Who will make the tower fall? Great for Family Game night

Comments

anonymous says:

This is a really nice version of Jenga. Both of my 5 year old boys got a Jenga game for Christmas this past year. One got this set and the other got the set that just comes in a box. This is definitely way better because the blocks can be put away nicely in this canister. The box for the other one is flimsy & we’ve taped it repeatedly already.As for the game, it’s fun & really easy to learn. All of us like it. Every family should have this. None of us are experts yet, but it doesn’t matter. The boys like it just as well when the whole tower falls down.Definitely a good gift for ages 5+. ALL ages would enjoy this.

K. Dietz says:

Flimsy stacking tower Jenga is a great game but this version ruins it. Instead of the typical plastic sleeve used for stacking the Jenga blocks at the start of the game, this version comes with a flimsy laminated piece of paper instead. This makes it extremely difficult and frustrating to create a straight tower at the beginning of the game. I would recommend purchasing the classic version instead.

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