Hasbro's popular stacking game makes its first appearance on Wii with Jenga: World Tour. As in the original, players take turns carefully removing and placing stacked blocks to maintain a tower formation. The first person to topple the tower loses the game. While the video game version features the same premise, it also offers some new twists. These include a variety of colorful themes, such as arctic and medieval backdrops, and an assortment of play-altering power-ups. Players can also challenge the computer AI or a friend, and the control interface makes use of the motion-sensing Wii Remote to manipulate and arrange all 54 pieces.