I've always been rather confused about how to set up a Jenga tower. There is a cardboard piece that comes with it that covers two sides and either the top and bottom of a completed tower. It's clear ...
So in a hypothetical jenga game we have two players, let's call them player A and player B. Player A completes a turn, and the tower remains standing for the 10 seconds until player A's turn is over. ...
If you ever play the game it's easy to conclude that blocks dimensions vary, otherwise the occurrence of loose blocks would be symmetric/regular when the tower initially built. However, I was unable ...
In Jenga, what happens if there are 2 blocks on the top of the tower blocking the way for the 3rd block?
I am programming a game of jenga however I have a problem where the player can place down 2 blocks on the top of the tower, and leave no room for a 3rd block? Is there any rule here to prevent this? ...
In Jenga, when you are moving your block out and another block next to it moves, are you allowed to push the other block(s) back?
Does Jenga have any specific strategies for block placement and removal that can be employed? Are there certain moves or ideas I could employ to (for example) increase the likelihood that the stack ...
Specifically, we are running into the following points of contention: When a piece is removed, do you have to place it neatly on top to build a new complete layer, or can you build incomplete ...