Since it was released over 25 years
ago with over 50 million versions; Jenga is no virtually present on multiple
While no virtual people to accidentally bump the table here Jenga is still like the physical block game, you begin with 54 wooden blocks stacked in a tower of 18 levels of three blocks each.
How to Play:
The objective is to systematically remove blocks from lower levels and add those blocks to the top to see how high you can build the tower. You can play alone or pass-and-play. Once the tower starts to topple and blocks hit the table, the game is over.
Jenga for Android also includes an arcade mode in which the blocks are different colors, and you race against a countdown clock to match colors or place blocks quickly to score additional points. Share scores via e-mail, online scoreboards, Facebook.
Blocks can be teased out using a mix of gentle tapping and drag controls. It’s easy to begin with, but you’ll soon find it tough when the pressure is on and the tower is wobbling!
Obviously the best part of Jenga is putting off your friends as they are making their move. The four-player Pass’n’Play mode truly reproduces the stressful tension of the real thing.
Jenga for Android lets you compare your current tower height against that of friends around the world.
Advanced wood shaders make the tower pop out and let you gauge its stability. And everything is set in beautiful environments, rivalling the quality of modern games consoles.
If you’re a Jenga fan, and you don’t have the space to setup the real thing, you’ll find Jenga is the next best thing.
Download: Jenga for Android
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