Like with any kind of motorsport racing, the only reason people play Jenga is the anticipation of the inevitable, and often spectacular crashes as the tower they've assembled finally collapses. And short of making the Jenga blocks out of shattering glass, the only way to make those collapses even more spectacular is to make the game of Jenga even bigger.
Giant Jenga does just that, increasing the size of the 54 wooden blocks the game comes with so that the structures players assemble eventually tower three or more feet into the air. We're not talking skyscraper heights, but you're not going to want to be in the path of all those wooden blocks when gravity finally makes its move. The $130 set weighs a hefty 16 pounds too, but the added weight means it's easier to play Jenga Giant outdoors where breezes won't be a problem. [Jenga]