Jenga Giant is a classic game but giant sized to allow for bigger builds and bigger crashes. A premium experience whether you're at home, at the park, or at a party. All set up, starts at 18 inches, and can be stacked over 3 feet high in play, if you bought the booster pack the tower can be stacked over 4 feet, blocks are nearly 7 times the size of the classic Jenga blocks, has 54 precision crafted superior quality polished hardwood that is 6” x 2” x 1” blocks. Sturdy box for easy storage and transport or you can get the duffel bag. For ages 10 and up in one or more players. If you’ve never played Janga the way it works is the player who sets up the tower, goes first. The person to the left, please next. Using one hand at a time, remove one block from anywhere below the highest completed story. You can touch blocks to find a loose one, but if you move a block out of place you must fix it before touching in another block. Place a block on top of the tower, a three-block story must be completed before a higher one is started.
Your turn ends 10 seconds after you stack your block or as soon as the next player has touched the block. Keep removing and stacking blocks until someone topples the tower. An expert can build a 44 story higher more! The way you when is the last player to stack a block without causing the tower to crash, wins. The player who crashes the tower sets up the blocks for the next game. I got the Jenga that is 25 inches high and can stack to 5 feet high.
My Opinion: this is a fun game to play outdoors and a really surprised at how heavy these blocks are and how sick they are some people may have trouble removing them without toppling it all over. But it is truly a ton of fun to have outdoors in the summer, or you could try playing it indoors in the room that was wide open.
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