By David Ponce
It only makes sense that if someone made a giant Jenga game, you’d end up finding someone else making a tiny Jenga. One so small you can use it as a keychain, or attach it to your beltbuckle. Of course, people will look a you a little strangely when they discover you like Jenga so much you just have to carry it around with you everywhere, but who are we to judge? It comes with its own tiny plastic prodder to help you remove the pieces, as you mammoth hands will likely not work.
It’s about $4 from Strap-Ya, makers of an endless number of cellphone charms and other cutesy baubles. It is of course, from Japan.