Jenga meets Uno. The Jenga blocks are colored and numbered, so you have to pull a block that matches either the color or the number of the previously-pulled block.
This game appears to come in two versions. The earlier version had a die, the Uno cube, which was used to determine which kind of block had to be moved. In this version, the die determined either the number or the color of the block to be removed. The Reverse and Draw Two actions were only reflected on the die.
In the later version, the die was done away with and the Reverse and Draw Two actions were reflected as symbols on the blocks.