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Jenga, a famous license for family and friends, is the unpredictable, quick playing, tactical game that combines suspense and risk-taking, where mounting anticipation comes to a crashing climax. With sophisticated physics, intuitive console controls and a multitude of play options (single and multiplayer) Jenga - World Tour contains all the fun of the class IP play with a wealth of possible modifications, power - ups and twists that are only possible in videogame.



  • A real sense of tension - remote select a block, push it, pull, tap or twist it!
  • Single and multiplayer fun offline and online, including reality-defying modes: glue the blocks, unleash the little monkey, etc.
  • A wide variety of game modes for short or long challenges.
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