Jenga Pass Challenge Is Jenga With A Handle

Posted: Mar 8 2018, 11:24am CST | by , in News | Toys

Jenga Pass Challenge is Jenga with a Handle

New take on Jenga makes the classic game much harder.

The block-stacking game of Jenga got an upgrade that makes more difficult and possibly more fun to play. In the new Jenga Pass Challenge game, players stack the hardwood Jenga blocks on the included platform to build their tower.

Tension builds as players carefully push, pull and stack the hardwood blocks while holding onto one of the handles. After each player takes a turn, they must pass the platform to their opponent.

The last player to successfully stack a block and pass the platform without causing the tower to crash wins! The Jenga Pass Challenge game includes 27 hardwood blocks, passing platform, stacking stand, and instructions. Jenga Pass Challenge is on sale at for $19.82.

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