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Anticipation builds to a crashing climax! 54 Jenga GIANT precision-crafted, premium hardwood blocks (6” x 2” x 1.2”) over 8 times the size of classic Jenga game blocks! Get creative personalize your Jenga GIANT blocks to create your own Jenga GIANT game variations. For an even bigger thrill, check out the largest Jenga GIANT game sold, our Jenga GIANT JS7 Premium Hardwood Game, which can stack to over 5 feet high! Be the Champion: The unofficial record for the highest Jenga GIANT tower is 44 levels! Think you can beat that?


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BIGGER Build-ups and BIGGER Crashes!BIGGER Build-ups and BIGGER Crashes!

Fun to PLAY! Exciting to WATCH! Now, it's a SPORT!

    "li"Anticipation builds to a crashing climax! "li"54 Jenga GIANT precision-crafted, premium hardwood blocks (6” x 2” x 1.2”) over 8 times the size of classic Jenga game blocks! "li"Get creative -- personalize your Jenga GIANT blocks to create your own Jenga GIANT game variations. "li"For an even bigger thrill, check out our largest Jenga GIANT game: Jenga GIANT JS7 Premium Hardwood Game (stacks over 5 feet high in play!) "li"Be the Champion: The unofficial record for the highest Jenga GIANT tower is 44 levels! Think you can beat that?

Jenga Philosophy:

The Jenga game requires physical and mental skill. Built on the simple premise of stacking blocks, the Jenga game engages players of all ages, across all cultures. The success of Jenga brand games rests on their solid play value. Players take turns to remove a block from the tower and balance it on top, creating a taller and increasingly unstable structure as the game progresses.

Jenga Rules:

A classic Jenga brand game consists of 54 precision-crafted, specially finished hardwood blocks. To set up the game, stack all of the blocks in levels of three placed next to each other along their long sides and at a right angle to the previous level. Once the tower is built, the person who stacked the tower plays first.

Warning:

Players should keep their feet on the ground at all times and not stand on tables, chairs, ladders, or stools when playing this game. Children below the recommended minimum player age of 8 should not be allowed near the game during play. Never leave a stacked tower unattended. Be sure that no glassware is present in the playing area to avoid breakage when the Jenga GIANT tower ultimately falls down. Please note that falling blocks may damage certain playing surfaces, so use discretion.

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