Does this look like a giant-sized game ?
Wood (would) you pass or stay behind this truckload (couldn't resist that bad pun).
Born in East Africa, Scott grew up fluent in English and Swahili. Jenga® evolved from a stacking game her family played in the early 1970s with wooden blocks purchased from a Ghana sawmill. In England, Scott began trademarked the name “Jenga,” a form of the Swahili word kujenga, which means to build.
Traditionally, Jenga is played with 54 wooden blocks stacked into a tower. Success requires balance, patience, and manual dexterity. The blocks are made with subtle variations to add randomness and heighten the challenge. Players remove any block on their turn, placing it on top to heighten the tower without knocking it over.
The game ends when any portion of the tower collapses, caused by either the removal of a block or its new placement. The last player to complete a turn before the collapse is the winner. The game is simple, easy to understand, and usually results in a rematch.
Enjoy Your Weekend, Everyone
Temps climbing to the 90s, first time in weeks
Good weather to stay indoors and play a game
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