The Holiday times are about family and one game that “stacks” up quite well for the whole family is Jenga.
Unlike some other games we love (like Seinfeld SceneIt), Jenga can be played by everyone in the family from ages 8 and up.
Of course, after you have the eggnog, you had best not expect too much because Jenga requires a sleight of hand that challenges a sober person Your kids may just take you down!
If you have never played it, the idea behind Jenga is simple: You stack up wooden blocks and then have to remove them one-by-one. And he (or she) who removes a block that causes the demise of the structure will certainly NOT be declared the winner.
Jenga makes a great family holiday gift this Christmas season. It’s hours of fun for everyone and, coming in at just under $8, the price to fun ratio can’t be beat!
Get your Jenga now to be ready for both the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays.
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?….read more“.
Jenga Classic Game: Customer Reviews
Jenga is consistently rated as one of the best games for the whole family. The words “classic” and “fantastic” are often attributes used to describe Jenga. You know we love Jenga but here a some reviews from other customers:
In a review on June 4, 2013 entitled Great game!, Ginni Olivia wrote, “This review is from: Jenga Classic Game (Toy)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!0″
This reviewer gave Jenga Classic Game a 5.0 star rating.
In a review on July 6, 2013 entitled Classic, C. Strole wrote, “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.0″
This reviewer gave Jenga Classic Game a 4.0 star rating.
Based on all 298 reviews, Jenga Classic Game has achieved an average rating of 4.6 STARS out of 5!
The Holidays can be a stressful as well as joyous. There is no better way to turn stress into joy than a great game played by the entire family…and one of those games this Christmas season should be Jenga!
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