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Great Garden Games Co. Giant Toppling Tower Game for £38.95 delivered @ Oliver Bonas
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Great Garden Games Co. Giant Toppling Tower Game for £38.95 delivered @ Oliver Bonas

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Posted 11th May
They've taken Jenga, made it bigger, colour coded it, and added a die. What does that make? Garden game extraordinaire! Yours for £38.95 including delivery. It is a family game, but I can image some argument starting over this.

"Play against family or flatmates as you take turns to remove a block from the tower and place it on the top – it can reach over double its original height! Watch out though, one false move will bring the whole tower toppling down."

Details
  • Contains 60 wooden blocks, 1 die and instructions
  • 2 players
  • Suitable for ages 8+
  • H 51.4cm x W 13.1cm x D 13.1cm
  • Wood
  • Wipe clean only


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51cm is that right? Hardly seems giant for the garden??
carlblakemore11/05/2020 13:13

51cm is that right? Hardly seems giant for the garden??


It doubles in height, if you are good at it. It's not giant but it fairly big - it is only a name.
Edited by: "Akira_Cat" 11th May
A two second search on Amazon shows bigger sets (1.2m) for much less £. This is an awful deal!
Akira_Cat11/05/2020 13:17

It doubles in height, if you are good at it. It's not giant but it fairly …It doubles in height, if you are good at it. It's not giant but it fairly big - it is only a name.


It's only a name???? A misleading one..
japes11/05/2020 13:20

A two second search on Amazon shows bigger sets (1.2m) for much less £. …A two second search on Amazon shows bigger sets (1.2m) for much less £. This is an awful deal!


Are they colour coded? It is a completely different game. No need to shout.
japes11/05/2020 13:20

A two second search on Amazon shows bigger sets (1.2m) for much less £. …A two second search on Amazon shows bigger sets (1.2m) for much less £. This is an awful deal!


Also, why don't you post these deals if you are so convinced this is a terrible one?
Akira_Cat11/05/2020 13:43

Are they colour coded? It is a completely different game. No need to shout.


Who's shouting?!
Akira_Cat11/05/2020 13:48

Also, why don't you post these deals if you are so convinced this is a …Also, why don't you post these deals if you are so convinced this is a terrible one?


Just because they are cheaper, it doesn't make them a deal, it just makes your deal very poor.
japes11/05/2020 14:08

Who's shouting?!


That is what exclamation marks are for. They place emphasis on the sentence to indicate volume.
Akira_Cat11/05/2020 14:18

That is what exclamation marks are for. They place emphasis on the …That is what exclamation marks are for. They place emphasis on the sentence to indicate volume.


Wrong.

"Exclamation marks were originally called the "note of admiration." They are still, to this day, used to express excitement. They are also used to express surprise, astonishment, or any other such strong emotion."
Nothing to do with volume.

It's commonly understood that you would use capitals in a written sentence to shout.
japes11/05/2020 14:23

Wrong."Exclamation marks were originally called the "note of admiration." …Wrong."Exclamation marks were originally called the "note of admiration." They are still, to this day, used to express excitement. They are also used to express surprise, astonishment, or any other such strong emotion."Nothing to do with volume.It's commonly understood that you would use capitals in a written sentence to shout.


Okay sure.
Made myself one of these some time back out of 3" x 2" I guess that would be the next size up from this. Didn't take long with a sharp saw and a little sandpaper. Great fun in the garden.
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