Jenga for Android gets updated with cross-platform multiplayer support
It’s been a long time since I’ve played Jenga on any of my Android devices. So long, in fact, that I had forgotten I bought the game ages ago. Tonight, while digging through the Trending Apps list on the Google Play Store, I saw the game listed and assumed it must have gotten an update.
Not only did I assume correctly, but the update it got was rather major.
Say hello to cross-platform multiplayer mode in version 1.8.3, which lets you play one of America’s favorite pastimes on your mobile device against friends who own Android or iOS devices — hopefully you don’t have too many of the latter. NaturalMotionGames Ltd really did it big too, by adding a ton of social functionality to the game. Check out the changelog below.
CROSS PLATFORM MULTIPLAYER
Multiplayer just got better! If you have friends playing on other mobile devices you can now also enjoy playing against them too.
Send a text message to your opponent with each move in an Online game. Try to be nice though, being nice is a nice thing to do.
Now every move and every completed game in Online earns you XP. Level up through a series of XP Levels. Can you make it from Sawdust Sweeper to Grand Axe Master?
If you don’t already have Jenga installed, it’ll run you $2.99 on the Google Play Store — not a bad price at all for a game well done. Pick it up from the link below.
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