Jenga? On a phone? What's the point of that? The game is purely physical: it's about having nerves of steel and feather-like delicacy in your wrist-action as you slide those wooden blocks out of their beautifully stacked status and try to place them on top of the tower without making the whole thing come crashing down.
It's all about the feel, in other words. Making a mobile game of it is about as ridiculous as doing one based on Rubik's Cube. Oh, someone actually did that a few years ago.
However, off with the grumpy hat. Some playtime with I-play's new Jenga mobile game is making Pocket Gamer reconsider their stance.