Summary: This game keeps in the spirit of the board game. Just as challenging and just as fun. The game tells you, by using red, yellow, and green targets, which blocks are safe to move. However, it is recommended that you keep your stylus steady during game play or you may inadvertently topple the tower.
Summary: This game is nothing like the real game and I was prepared for that. There are whole different skills needed but there is no skill for this game - it's just awful. I've had several different members of my family try it to see if I'm just bad at it but none of us had any luck with it and all hate it.
Summary: When jenga came out as a game my family got it an I have continued to play it but now I keep different hours than my family. So I would love to play the game to test my skills but the noise would bother them. I found out that nintendo had the game so I jumped on the chance to play it. I have a blast with it and the ability to play with others in the same room is so unreal. I love it and would tell anyone that loves puzzles or the old jenga to give it a try.
Summary: When it came to board games that were all about fun in the 90's, Milton Bradley made some of those games really happen that used more about our mind and balance than we had ever known. That was the case with the game Jenga. The classic block-building game where you took a stack of blocks and piled it higher and higher, and check to see if it still balances straight, but one false move, and you lose the game.
Excerpt: "Jenga is a game for the Nintendo DS based on the game made from wooden blocks where you have to take one block out and the loser is the one who collapses the tower. In this game, just as with the original real game, you do need careful touch to remove the wooden blocks from the stack. The controls are relatively easy to use, just use the stylus to pick which piece you want to remove. This process isn't perfect and is a bit obtuse sometimes, but works ...
Conclusion: This game is not all that bad for crying out loud! I mean yeah, you do the same thing over and over, but that is what Jenga the game is. I mean, you know that before you buy it. I actually quite like it. Fair enough, you can't play for hours, but it is a good game to have to pick up when you are a little bored. The concept of it is also pretty good, but basically, it is like playing Jenga, but virtually. My advice: if you like Jenga, then give it a go.
Conclusion: How anyone can say they are bored after 10 minutes when the game has not been released is strange?!! I have seen abit on this via websites and it looks fun to play - will have to see what it's like once it's released - at least it's not full price so that will encourage me to buy it.