Beasts of Balance is a game of balancing skills featuring stylized plastic animals and icons. It’s also a colorful mobile strategy game involving collecting and evolving fantastic hybrid animals. It’s how both of these elements come together that make it a game that’s hard to stop playing.
Giant cargo containers, silly physics and a grappling hook. The perfect tools for a Just Cause 3 version of Jenga.
“Jenga.” Depending on where you’ve played it, the very word conjures up memories of family holiday gatherings or boozy dorm room parties. But, if Hasbro had its way, the world-famous tower game would have a different name.
If your plans this holiday season involve heading to the mall to battle deal-crazy shoppers just to save a few bucks, might we remind you there are best-selling toys that are already a pretty great bargain all year round?
Cats can be more than just aloof, adorable jerks, you know. They can also be Jenga masters.
All you need is a chess clock. With that simple addition to the game, you can turn Jenga into a thrilling duel where time is your worst enemy. Which is to say, with a chess clock, you can make Jenga way, way better.
Watch as YouTuber Kaleb Vidal successfully pulls off a Jenga move that most of us have only ever pondered trying.
Jenga and endless Jenga clones are popular enough in Japan for Mario to get into the mix.
The Natural Motion people know their physics. So they made a football game. And then they made a Jenga game.
As seen on stage at Apple's WWDC 2010 conference, demonstrating the iPhone 4's six-asis motion control.