Jenga is a game of physical and mental skill based on the simple premise of stacking blocks. Make it GIANT, and the stakes get bigger! It’s simple: play a game of one-on-one Giant Jenga. When your tower starts to wobble, snap a pic and email it to email@example.com. The player that sends a pic of the tallest tower, wins! It’s a multi-day Giant Jenga Tournament, and the winner gets a JMU sweatshirt.
January 29 – February 9 in TDU
You may play and enter as many times as you want between January 29 and February 9.
Standard Jenga rules apply:
- The person who stacked the tower plays first.
- Take one block from any level of the tower (except the one below an incomplete top level).
- Place it on the topmost level in order to complete a turn.
- Players may use only one hand at a time; either hand may be used, but only one hand may touch the tower at any time.
- Players may tap a block to find a loose one. Any blocks moved but not played should be replaced, unless doing so would make the tower fall. The turn ends when the next player touches the tower, or after ten seconds, whichever occurs first.
- The game ends when the tower falls — completely or if any block falls from the tower (other than the block a player moves on a turn).
- When your tower starts to wobble, snap a pic showing all the layers. Send your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The player that sends a pic of the tallest tower, wins!
Success of the Jenga tournament is dependent upon player honesty.
Jenga rules found at jenga.com/about.php