Jenga and WarioWare collide in this free game

About Jingoku, the first thing I need you to know is that I am not good at Jingoku. The second thing is that I still play a lot of Jenga and accompanying mini-games because it is impressive. And because it has a leaderboard, it will help me prove my progress. finally. hope.

Jingoku was developed by independent developer Buried Things for Ludum Dare 49 game jam in just 72 hours and produced a series of surprisingly beautiful mini games. In it, you are playing a single player game of virtual Jenga. For each block you remove, you will have a few seconds to complete a WarioWare-style mini game. Your goal is to win as many mini games as possible before your tower collapses. This is the goal I tried repeatedly.