Giant Jenga – Tumble Tower Game for rent is a game of skill. It was created by British board game designer Leslie Scott in the early 1970s using children’s wooden blocks. Jenga is derived from the Swahili word kujenga, which means “to build.”
The game set consists of 56 soft pine or cedarwood blocks. These 56 blocks create a 19-level tower standing almost 3 feet tall at the start of the game. Players take turns to remove blocks from the tower and placing them on the top. The goal is to build the tower as high as possible using only one hand without making the tower tumble! Is it possible to construct this Giant Jenga – Tumble Tower Game to almost 5 feet tall?
The game ends when the tower falls. The loser is the person who made the Giant Jenga fall. Therefore, the winner is the person who moved before the loser.
Word of Caution:
Care should be taken when playing this Giant Jenga – Tumble Tower Game. Players should always be on their feet and watch for the tower to fall. Children should always be supervised when playing Giant Jenga – Tumble Tower Game.
Video Amusement rents this game only in a package of 3 or more games.
|Dimensions:||56 pine blocks 8” x 3" x 2" each or 54 cedar blocks 10.5” x 3.5" x 1.5" each|
|Power:||No power required|
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