Summary: so i loveeeeee jenga i can never get enough of this game and when i found out they had jenga for Wii i was supper excited!!.. and when i saw da price i was even more excited!... but like they say what you pay for is what you get! and its very true... the game is hard!.. the controllers are hard to manage, the graphics are cheap!.. the little icons are ghetto lol... and over all the game really needs some improvement and after a while it geths boring ...
Summary: After my mother made sister's boyfriend and mine play jenga at a family party, during which we actually had a lot of fun, I thought this game would be fun. I was disappointed. It's hard to play! The controls are frustrating. At least I learned there are some games that just shouldn't be made into video games. We keep the real set around, and have much more fun with that.
Summary: I bought this game thinking that it would be a fun game to play with my son. Boy was I wrong. The graphics are not to bad but the play is horrible. I practiced and practiced and still did not get it. The pulling out of the pieces is insane. I would knock the stack over after only one or two pulls. The real thing is much more fun and easier to play. If you really love to play tough games on the WII then this is for you.
Summary: When it comes to classic games from the Milton Bradley era back in the 90's, very few of them really had the stamina of being really fun & enjoyable board games. One of the very few surprises for gamers was Jenga. The building block game that you stack pieces of blocks, to build higher levels of stories, without knocking the tower over was one of those few that really was fun & enjoyable for any group of all ages.
Excerpt: plays just like the classic board game, there are different tiles to choose from such as traditional wood to bizarre as ice. quite tricky to get the hang off and needs a very steady hand to master.
Excerpt: In Jenga: World Tour, you're met only with clumsy design and poor execution. Pieces seem to stick to each other, the game uses a rubber band system rather than having you actually grab the blocks (basically it's fishing, Jenga style), and the awkward controls adding tons of slowdown to the game in return.
Excerpt: "You will probably know what Jenga is, but if you don't, it is simply a game of removing wooden blocks from a tower of wooden blocks without allowing your tower to fall down. Each player takes a turn to remove a single block, and replace it on the top of the tower, but whoever makes the tower topple, is out of the game. It is much more exciting than it sounds when playing it with physical components, but how does it translate to the virtual world? Graphics Well, ...
Pros: Blocks react believably
Cons: Not enough feedback given, not worth the money, wont last a long time
Summary: Hace ya algunos meses que jugue a este juego en casa de un amigo, la verdad es que hasta entonces unicamente había conocido la versión "física" del Jenga, ese juego de 54 bloques de madera que apilas en filas de 3 en 3 bloques perpendiculares y que debes de ir retirando de la torre de manera alternativa para colocar en la parte superior de la misma evitando que todo el bloque se desmorone.
Pros: Precio en comparación de otros juegos de la wii