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Jenga HD 1.17

Jenga is a game that can be enjoyed by players of all ages, and thanks to this iPad app, it can now be enjoyed anywhere. Featuring beautifully rendered 3D graphics, the game take full advantage of the iPad’s large screen and the physics simulation means that playing a software version of the game is incredibly similar to playing the real world.

The removal of block is achieved with a combination of taps and drags, and thanks to the inclusion of a pass-and-play mode, it can be played by up to four people using a single iPad. For the competitive player, global highscores boards can be used to see how you compare to other people all around the world.

If you end up creating a tower that must be seen to be believe, you have the option of taking a snapshot from within the game and share them with your friends. As you would expect, there are a number of different play mode, offering options that are simply not possible using the traditional game, and this serves only to increase the games longevity.

iPad 2 users can take advantage of the device’s built in gyroscope which brings a whole new level of control to the game. Game Center support means that there are plenty of achievements to unlock in addition to the ongoing battle to stay at the top of the leaderboards. An unbeatable game at an unbeatable price.

Platforms: iPad
Version: 1.17
Licence: No Trial Available. Purchase Only
Manufacturer: NaturalMotion
Date Added: {ts '2011-04-04 08:59:00'}


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