June 25, 2019
I observed one person stating the blocks were missized. You are correct in respect to the "Jenga" Rules. If you wish to use 2x4's you can adjust the size to conform exactly to the rules. Requires a bit more work. Using the thickness of a 2x4, 1.5" would indicate the board be cut 7.5" long and then you would need to trim one inch from the width. Making the 3.5" width 2.5". Consider the fact that 2x4's have a slight radius on the edges, you would want to remove .5" from each of the wide sides as to make both sides the same, removing the radius on all four edges. This will effectively provide you with a set of "Jenga" Official sized blocks, 1/5-1/3 ratio to length. Problem solved. Me, I'll just use the 2/4's as they are. Saves energy and reduces our carbon footprint just a tad...
- Billy Peacock
June 21, 2019
Creative and simple, nice job. Just the kind of straightforward build that will provide loads of fun. Heading out now to make a set! HA HA HA
Haters gonna hate, pay no attention. :-)
- Marc Schwarzkopf
June 7, 2019
The blocks are mis-sized. According to official Jenga rules, the width & thickness of the blocks should be 1/3 & 1/5, respectively, of the chosen block length.
- Duane Davidson