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Submitted by IanDeMartino 567d ago | review

Jenga Review | GameWoof

Everyday more traditional board games are getting the digital treatment. It was inevitable that Hasbro would eventually license out the name and game of Jenga to a developer so it could get the virtual treatment. As you would expect, there have been a few cracks at turning the game digital in the past. Jenga for the PC, however, was laughable affair. Attempting to emulate the feeling of removing blocks using your hand with a mouse simply failed to to be an entertaining approximation of the real thing. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Jenga) 4/5

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