Tumble tower is a unique game of manual dexterity, needing a steady hand and nerves of steel! Sometimes called Jenga, the tumble tower set comprises 48 wooden blocks that are built into a tower. The aim of the game is to dismantle the tumble tower and rebuild it without losing any of the blocks or causing the tumble tower to topple over in the process. Steady hands, steady nerves, elementary structural knowledge, and luck are all qualities necessary to be a successful tumble tower player. Tumble tower is also known as Jenga after the original tower building game.
Any number of players can join in a game of tumble tower and it can also be played alone. The blocks should be stacked in threes and each alternate story is laid in crossways direction so, for example, if the blocks in the first level lie lengthwise in a north-south direction, the second level blocks should be positioned so that they lie east-west and so on until the last block is laid on the 19th level.
The game of tumble tower ends once the tower falls or moves even if only one or two Jenga blocks fall. The loser is the player who causes the tower to fall ? it may not be their fault but if the tumble tower falls during their turn, this player is counted as the loser. . However, if only one or two Jenga blocks fall, the players can agree to put them back onto the tumble tower for play to continue, in keeping with the cooperative aspect of the game. The game continues until the tumble tower collapse.
Set includes: 48 Hardwood blocks of 7.5 x 3.5 x 1.5cm each Craft Box Size: 10.5cm x 7.5cm x 24cm