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It's the classic block-stacking, stack-crashing game of Jenga. How will you stack up against the law of gravity? Stack the wooden blocks in a sturdy tower, then take turns pulling out blocks one by one until the whole stack crashes down. Is your hand steady enough to pull out the last block before the tower collapses?.

Customer Reviews

Jenga Bells.. Jenga Bells.. You’re The Best To Play

124 people found this helpful.
 on November 13, 2015
By Shinya Shokudo
$8 for a block of wood that keeps us and friends entertained for hours on. It’s well worth the tiny investment. Anyone complaining about this game whether new or classic should invest in a new set of eyes. People have grown so impatient these days it’s sad to listen to and watch. This game can be enjoyed by family, friends, kids, adults and people of all ages, sizes, sexes, races, cultures and backgrounds. Advice for today’s generation would be, instead of giving a child an iP** or Xb**, try challenging and watching how much joy and excitement a 5 year receives from simply building the blocks. If the task is too monotonous and time consuming for the average adult, it would be a tremendous achievement for some children to build it themselves. Perhaps more for those who aren’t accustomed to being stuck behind a TV or LCD screen. Maybe some children wouldn’t care thinking about the challenge of pulling out each square. That can be boring for kids too. So why not munch on a few pretzels, and start a conversation while the little ones enjoy this game too. Then when it’s finished being stacked, have a try at winning a game of Jenga. This game is one of the true classics from American pastimes. Also, I’ve recently learned that allot of countries don’t play board or puzzle games like America does. So please don’t knock this game for all it’s worth. Small price to pay for an exchange for so much happiness.

Classic

138 people found this helpful.
 on July 6, 2013
By C. Strole
We bought one game for each table at our daughter’s wedding, so strangers would have something to play with each other. It was a big hit. Our friends made friends with each other and are now have plans for later without us. The bride wrote love quotes on half of the pieces, and one in Spanish in each set. Whoever pulled the Spanish quote got to take the game home. This game has suspense with no real danger, appeals to all ages, is simple to play, and lasts forever.

Great game!

83 people found this helpful.
 on June 4, 2013
By Ginni Olivia
For the cost of this game (under $15) you really can’t beat the amount of fun it delivers. My three kids (ages 4 thru 7) ALL love it (and trust me, there’s no other game they ALL love) and my husband and I also love it – which sort of tells you that it spans generations. Frankly, this is one of the only games I can think of out there that is fun AND appropriate for multiple generations (UNO is another one). Try explaining to a 4 year old why she can’t play trivial pursuit or convincing an adult to play operation for the 16th time and you’ll see why having a multi-generation-appropriate game is so important. Mine also came with a neat little stacker, so that little hands can stack up all the blocks themselves before the game starts. It’s great for building hand/eye coordination in little kids and is suprisingly durable given the number of times we’ve all made those blocks come crashing down!

Fun for Groups & Families

45 people found this helpful.
 on July 2, 1999
Not only is this toy extremely durable (how can you really break those small blocks of wood?), it’s incredibly flexible as a toy. My brother at twelve (and I at 21) played this game for hours. When I went back to my computer/book/sleep, he’d stay occupied with the game — playing it alone, stacking and re-stacking the blocks, creating houses and encampments as if the pieces were designed as building blocks.

Finally, a game elders can play, too.

28 people found this helpful.
 on September 16, 1999
I’d never played Jenga until we got it out at the adult daycare center where I work… and then I didn’t want to quit. (Neither did the elderly woman I was playing: It turned into a real battle of wits.)

"If you can’t stack, prepare to step back!"

11 people found this helpful.
 on January 3, 2002
By Lee DeWald
“Jenga” is one of those games that, no matter how many times you play it, never gets old. Each game is entirely different from the previous one, and becoming obsessed with being able to stack those little wooden blocks as high as you can is not uncommon. As the stack reaches higher and higher, so do your nerves.

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