The beauty of Jenga is its simplicity and elegance. It's a tower of smooth, rectangular wooden blocks with each level arranged at right angles to the one before it. The players' task is to slip blocks from one level and then add them to the top of the tower. Everybody takes turns, and as the tower gets taller, it gets ever tippier, until it topples. Then you get to pick up all the blocks and start over again. It's the game after the game! Or at least that's what you should tell your little brother.
But why settle for simplicity and elegance? Jenga is like a blank canvas for all kinds of ridiculousness. Here are five of the most insane ways we've seen the perfectly fine game of Jenga, well, amped up.