The Hammer Crown Giant Tumble Tower V2.0 XXL is sure to put you, your family and friends to the test. This fun Tumble Tower features 57 wooden blocks, which is basically a giant version of the family classic game Jenga. And similarly, the goal is to slide out a piece of block from inside the tower and place it on top of the tower without making the tower topple over.
Measuring over 8-inches in length each block is cut and shaped from beautiful and quality pine wood. And when totally stacked together, this Giant Tumble Tower measures a whopping 34-inches tall. Plus, one of the blocks is complete with a built-in bottle opener so you can stay refreshed as you play.
Additionally, the Hammer Crown Giant Tumble Tower V2.0 XXL comes with a nylon carrying bag to provide the portability you need to have endless fun anywhere, whether you’re on the beach, at a picnic, at a party, or in your back yard.
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