The original roleplaying game that used Jenga blocks as a mechanic is the infamous 2006 Dread. Your character dies if you knock the tower over and to take action; you must take a brick. Rest in Pieces, now on Kickstarter, has an altogether different vibe more like The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, The […]
How’s this for an awesome twist on the classic? Space Invaders Jenga from Think Geek. The black and colours make the Jenga tower look all sorts of cool and I especially like the little alien blocks. There’s a second way this Jenga and that’s why trying to move their Invader piece to the bottom of […]
Dread is a game where people die. Why not add to the atmosphere by using a Jenga tower as a replacement to dice? This is a new video but not an new idea. Dread, published by The Impossible Dream, is designed to use Jenga rather than dice and won the 2006 ENnie for Innovation and […]
It’s not often this blog posts videos of actual gameplay – especially when we’re talking about a classic game like Jenga rather than a wargame or something similar. This video shows a bunch of friends playing Jenga as one of them attempts an impossible move. Question: was that move legal?
I don’t think Vat19 always hit the nail on the head but they’ve certainly done it with Donkey Kong Jenga. Such a simple idea and so ace. You know Jenga – try and remove blocks from a tower, without being the one who sends the whole thing crashing down. You know Donkey Kong – avoid […]