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Jenga Game Wooden Blocks Stacking Tumbling Tower Kids Game Ages 6 and Up (Amazon Exclusive)

Want a game experience that combines friends, skill, suspense, laughter, and maybe a little luck? Get the Classic Jenga game! Carefully pull a wood block out of the tower and place it on top. It’s easy at first, but as more blocks get pulled, the tower starts to get unsteady. Players will be on the edge of their seats just trying to keep the tower from tumbling. The Classic Jenga game is quick to set up, and is an easy game to play just about anytime, almost anywhere. It’s a great game for parties, family game night, and the rules are simple enough for the whole family to play. For kids ages 6 and up. Jenga is a registered trademark of Pokonobe Associates. Hasbro Gaming and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro

Product Features

  • BLOCK BALANCING GAME: Pull out a block, place it on top, but don’t let the tower fall! This fun, challenging game is a great game for families and kids 6 and up
  • THE ORIGINAL WOOD BLOCK GAME: The Jenga game is the original wood block game that families have loved for generations
  • GAME FOR 1 OR MORE PLAYERS: No friends around? No problem. Play Jenga solo! Practice stacking skills, building the tower and trying not to let it come tumbling down
  • TUBE SHAPED BOX: Includes 54 wood blocks and easy-to-use stacking sleeve to help players build the tower. Comes in an easy “put away” tube-shaped package with a handle for carrying and easy clean up
  • GREAT PARTY GAME: Liven up a party by bringing out the Jenga game! This classic block stacking game is simple, easy to learn, and makes a great birthday or holiday gift for adults and kids

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Anonymous says:

Not what’s pictured. The Jenga pictured is in a round thick box that you can use to store your Jenga blocks for many years. I paid higher price for this item specifically because they are showing the round storage container. I work with kids and I have one of these round Jenga boxes at work. They are great. I’ve had mine for 5 years and it still looks like new. The blocks that used to come in the round container were also higher quality. However, this one comes in a cheap very thin box and it’s not going to work as…

Anonymous says:

Disappointed. I’m honestly disappointed at the quality of the blocks as well as the reconstruction support.Unlike the traditional jenga blocks base of hard wood that can withstand the abuse of the game, the blocks in this set are very soft wood. Some of them aren’t even well finished (see pic)! Right away, some of the blocks are already warped and don’t sit flat.The cardboard they give you to help rebuild the tower is extremely flimsy – it’s just a single thin layer of card…

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