Caterpillar goes big with Jenga (video)

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Caterpillar Inc. staged possibly the biggest Jenga game in history as part of its “Built For It” campaign.

The Peoria-based heavy-equipment maker uses five machines and accessories to stack and re-stack huge blocks until, just like at home, the tower falls.

“What ensues as the cameras roll is a show of operator skill, and machine power, strength and agility,” Caterpillar says.

Caterpillar Inc. Uses Machines to Play Massive Game of Jenga

Caterpillar plays Jenga with 600-pound blocks and massive machines

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