I-play has announced that they have secured a license to work on a mobile version of the board game Jenga.
Jenga is a board game for any number of players. A tower made of stacked wooden blocks in constructed in such a way that any piece can be removed. Players pick and remove one piece and place it on top of the tower, making the tower less stable as well as taller. Play continues until the tower falls. I-play promises a number of game modes to deepen the experience.
“Jengaâ€™s universal appeal and accessibility makes this game a perfect fit for mobile gamers who represent a broad age demographic and even split across both genders,” said Leighton Webb, Senior Vice President for Content Strategy and Publishing at I-play. “We hope that gamers of all ages will be able to enjoy this game as a family, with their kids.”
The game is scheduled for global release in time for this year’s holiday season.