From the Publisher...
Mama mia, that's a crazy villa! A long time ago in Italy, a man named Paletti tried to build the tallest castle in the world. But before he could finish, he ran out of money and decided to take columns from the ground floor to construct higher levels above it. The result is his amazing masterpiece, the "Villa Paletti". Can you repeat his daring feat? This colorful, wooden game makes Jenga look like a walk in the park! Players must have a keen eye and a steady hand to keep building and balancing the structure. But watch out - one wrong move and it could all come tumbling down! Winner of the Game of the Year Award in Germany, this is a fun-filled challenge the whole family can enjoy. Made with high-quality playing pieces, this game comes with a Game Platform, 20 Wood Columns, 5 Flat Wood Platforms, 1 Die, 1 Hook, and Game Instructions. For 2 - 4 Players, Ages 6 and Up.
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|Colourful dexterity game where you create abstract-looking buildings. One of the better stacking games I've tried that works great at parties.
|Villa Paletti is a great dexterity game where you have to build a tower using the materials from lower levels to keep building up. Both materials and gameplay are top-notch and my children love using the little hook that comes with the game to remove the more difficult pillars. A great family game and always good for a laugh at parties.