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Freeform Jenga

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In freeform jenga you get to place blocks in any way you want, instead of strictly at right angles at the top of the stack.
Knife Knut, Jan 19 2005

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       Although it might be possible to come up with improved rules for Jenga, some restrictions on placement are necessary. Otherwise players could too-quickly make a structure unbuildable.
supercat, Jan 19 2005
  

       Bad idea - Jenga only works when blocks have two or more supporting blocks, which is much less likely to happen in Freeform Jenga.
hippo, Jan 19 2005
  
      
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