• building bonanza: jenga giant


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    I consider myself to be a person who’s big on words. I can appreciate the choices different writers make in their work, and can sympathize with their struggles to perfect their craft into something that is both informative and engaging. Oh, and spelling counts. OK, in all seriousness, I know that all word play should have some element of fun in it. And what better way to maximize that fun factor than with Jenga Giant, a game that let takes the fine art of careful balancing to an entirely new level–and builds on it with the addition of word play? The life-size version of the tabletop game can stack as high as 3 feet and weigh up to 17 lbs. And what’s more, you can personalize your game play by writing on the blocks using the specially included Chalk Ink Marker. Or, take the day off from writing and simply build away with these massive wooden blocks (it’s not as easy as you might think!) Because of its sheer size, this game works best in spaces that permit players ages 10 and up to move around freely (a backyard or large play room) Ideal for parties and other large gatherings, Jenga Giant has its own sturdy bag that lets you pack up all the pieces for easy transport. It’s one of those games that stacks up to a great time.

    In a Nutshell: Watch out for falling pieces! This is one game that requires a balancing act of agility, skill and a hard hat (just kidding).

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