The best way to entertain your family and friends is to have them playing an actual game. If you have children, this might be a little tricky, but if you are married, chances are you have already mastered the art of making it look like it’s a game. The best game for entertaining is an outdoor jenga game.
I’m a bit of a jenga addict, and for my family, outside of the occasional game at the park, outdoor jenga games are the best way to have fun. Playing outside with your children is one of the best ways to start the day off right. And when they start to get the hang of playing, they can start to enjoy it without you hovering over them.
It’s true. The best outdoor jenga games are those that you play for the entire day, and then you take them outside into the backyard. You can play multiple games with these same set up, and if you have kids, they can play the same set up over and over until they get it right. There is a lot to it.
There is a lot of variation in outdoor jenga games, but the basic process is the same, regardless of what they call it. You roll a piece of construction debris into a cube, and the pieces are allowed to fall to the ground. You do this over and over until you get it right.
Some people say that the best jenga game is probably the one that starts with a brick. Others say that it’s probably the one that starts with a piece of carpet. But I don’t know about you, but I like to start with a brick because it’s a great, basic set up. There’s nothing too hard about it.
There is a lot of “hard” about it, and there is a lot of “easy” about it. But what’s more important is that if you have the right set up, it’ll bring you a few good scores.
I have to admit I was skeptical of jenga, but it’s still one of the best outdoor games out there. The only time I’m really disappointed in the game is when I get my first run-in with a brick. It’s a bit of a bummer, but it’s a fact.
The other thing that makes jenga so good is its simple rules. So you have to be really focused on the game to make it all work. There is so much going on that theres no room for mistakes. I love the fact that you can turn on your game and forget you’re playing with a brick for a while. It really makes things easy.
The game is a little hard to teach, but it is definitely worth it. You play as a guy who can move pieces from one end of the board to the other in 10 seconds. You can also control a bunch of different tools and stuff to help you on your way. You can run, jump, dive off of walls, throw water balloons, climb ladders, or go for a little run. The only thing I don’t like is that theres no checkpoints.
I’m not sure what the point is of the checkpoints, but if youre into jenga like I am, you might enjoy this game. I may or may not be able to handle the challenge.