Outdoor Jenga is a fun family game that is meant to be enjoyed outdoors. It is actually still the same Jenga game we have always loved and appreciated but is just a bigger version of the game. Outdoor Jenga is a game that tests your manual dexterity skills, which involve trying to remove individual building blocks and re-stacking them to form a tower. The goal of outdoor Jenga is to avoid making the tower fall. It ends when a player collapses a tower.
The advantage of playing outdoor giant Jenga is that you can build bigger and taller towers as opposed to the small ones in the original game. There can also be more players involved, meaning more quality fun with family and friends. Your dexterity skills will also be pushed to the limit because of the use of bigger blocks and formation of higher towers therefore greater excitement for everyone involved. By playing the game outdoors you are no longer limited by the size of your living room.
Here are a few tips to win at outdoor Jenga. Removing blocks that bear little weight is the first tip in lengthening the game. You can attempt to remove the middle blocks first, this permits the sides to help bear the weight of the tower. You can achieve this by using one or two fingers to carefully push the blocks through to the other side.
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