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As iconic as Jenga is, everything needs an upgrade every once in a while.
This Lewo Wooden Board Games Tumbling Tower isn’t technically Jenga, but it functions just like it. The big difference is this game’s blocks are painted in eye-catching colors. We’re all used to our bright screens, so it only makes sense that this upgrade for such an iconic game is equally as attention-grabbing.
You can snag it on Amazon for $12.99 for your next game night.
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