Jenga: World Tour (Nintendo Wii)
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  • Even if you have played the physical game and enjoyed it, I do not recommend purchasing a virtual version of it simply because it is not as fun and does not create the same sense of anticipation and dread as you remove piece by piece
  • Unfortunately, the controls bring this game crashing down on itself
  • All in all, I prefer the physical game to the virtual game

    • by GenesisOne
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      Jenga: World Tour is a game that is based off the real physical game that involves removing pieces from a stack structure in the hopes that the piece you remove does not send the whole structure crashing down. Even if you have played the physical game and enjoyed it, I do not recommend purchasing a virtual version of it simply because it is not as fun and does not

      create the same sense of anticipation and dread as you remove piece by piece.

      I will credit the developers of this with creating a game that visually, is not that bad to look at.

      The game lives up to its title and does succeed in treating the player to a variety of locals to appreciate - including such areas as under the sea, in the tropics, in a home,


      • in the arctic and more.

        Visually, the game is appealing on some levels.

        Unfortunately, the controls bring this game crashing down on itself.

        It is not intuitive or easy to remove blocks and to pull them out gently.

        It is much easier doing it with an actual hand than through the Wiimote.

        The sensitivity is not programmed tightly enough and the game sometimes thinks I want to pull out

        a different block than the one I was aiming for.

        The results can be disastrous as a result.

        The buggy controls really do hurt this game, but also, the limited amount of effort placed in the extras do as well.

        There is not much to do besides play the main game over and over and not much to unlock either.

        All in all, I prefer the physical game to the virtual game.




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