- Year published: 1983
- Number of players: 2 -3
- Age: 6+
- Time: 30 minutes...
- Genre : Tactics - Interactive
In the Swahili language, Jenga means “to build”. Withdrawal of wood began to be popular around the world in the 1980s.
The game of drawing wood is a game that involves building a tower with adjacent pieces of wood into floors, alternating layers of wood are arranged vertically and horizontally. Each player will take turns removing blocks from any level of the tower and placing it on top to create a taller tower. If you make the tower fall, you will lose. So this game needs a lot of skill, ingenuity as well as mental strength from the player.
For you to win in this game, your hands must also be flexible and skillful and must have an eye for the overall tower. You have to pull out very well and it's important not to let the leaning tower be off-center at any point in the entire tower.
Count the number of bars for the tower to balance then decide which bar to pull out so skillfully, this will help the tower quickly rebalance and avoid falling. The most important thing is still your eyes.