Do you Jenga? I Jenga. We Jenga. You could Jenga…
We have a special Jenga set that we break out of big events, Adventure Jenga, and we don’t let everyone play. We are discerning Jenga players. Don’t want just anyone playing Jenga with us. Our Jenga game has rules. The basic concept is to pull out a tile and not knock the tower over. The advanced concept is that each tile has a set of instructions on each side. You pull a tile you do what it says…or…you can choose to do what is on the flip side without looking at it before hand.
Which do you choose what is in front of you or what could be?
Wait there is more. The person that knocks over the tower has to rebuild the tower AND has to do something else. This is called the Table Rule. A new Table Rule is made before each new game and only applies to the person who knocks over the table. Table Rules are usually big and NOT something you want to get…unless you are like that.
Should you be unable or unwilling to do a tile there are rules for that too, these are called Tile Rules. Those unwilling or unable to follow the instructions on a tile have to take an extra drink at a minimum. Sometimes other penalties are imposed depending upon the mood of the table. Which can be removal from EVENT!
Some tiles are subject to creative license. Some are not. Straight up instructions, such as Take A Drink, Move Seat or Lose Clothing are not. Do it. Others, are subject to interpretation, Kiss Left is up to you as long the “kiss” is applied to the person to the left of you. Get creative it makes the game more fun for all.
Special Tiles, yes there are Special Tiles:
“I’m A Little Teapot or Head, Shoulders…” Don’t know the song, better hope someone can teach you, because you have to sing it start to finish before you can sit back down or fail and drink the Special Drink.
“The Lazy Eyed Horse” Drink a special drink concocted by Chris Cortright named after his favorite and only horse.
“Nathan’s Choice” That’s it, even if Nathan picks the tile, Nathan Chooses what happens.
“Spoonful of Doom” The person who drew the tile is blindfolded or keeps their eyes shut and the person to the right or left of them makes up a teaspoon of whatever that the blindfolded person has to eat.
“Lucky You” For the next two turns you have to pull a tile as normal, but someone else at the table chosen by you has to do what the tile demands. No flipping of tiles during Lucky You.
“Unlucky You” Until your next turn you have to do everything that is on a tile pulled by another person. If the puller flips a tile you do not have to do that action.
“Bondage for…” The person who drew the tile picks another person who is to get bound. The tile drawer gets bondage gear as specified by me and has 60 seconds to finish. NO causing pain or discomfort. The person bound has to stay that way for two turns, which means on their next turns they have to draw bound.
“Guess That Food” Person who drew tile is blindfolded or closes eyes and has to taste a food and guess right. Nothing harmful. If they guess right, the person that fed them has to drink. If they guess wrong, they have to drink.
“Guess That Body Part” Similar to Guess That Food only it involves a body part and can involve the mouth or not.
**This used to be a separate page, now this is a post. -Managment