1021 GMT October 28, 2021
First, the boy, who is from, Salmon Arm, Canada, broke his record of stacking 638 Jenga blocks on a single block on March 27, globalnews.ca reported.
Jenga is a game of physical and mental skill. Built on the simple premise of stacking blocks, Jenga's success rests on its solid play value. Players take turns to remove a block from a tower and balance it on top, creating a taller and increasingly unstable structure as the game progresses.
“Now I have doubled that,” said Maxwell. “I have done [stacked] 1,400 now.”
He said the key to breaking his own record was all strategy.
“I made my 1,400 one fatter because there are 40 layers on it,” said Maxwell.
“The shorter one’s [a] little easier and more stable.”
He has also stacked his way to another record with bigger Giant Jenga blocks on April 16.
“My Giant Jenga, now I have done 500 on one [block], but I am wanting to do that one again,” Maxwell said.
There isn’t much stopping the 12-year-old who is on a roll — he is already planning on breaking his own Giant Jenga record.
Maxwell and his family celebrated the win by tipping over the record-breaking stacks and making a mess, to do it all over again.