Continuing one of my previous posts... They asked about Jumanji's physical consequences in the real world. So I occasionally watched the first film and the kids helped Alan break free and the four finished the game. The problem is that Jumanji created a paradox that was not clear, but everything leads to believe that there are two time lines. In the first Jumanji, Alan leaves the game. In the new film, Alan's House is cited as a house in which he dies.
I'll review the movies in sequence any day. It seems to me that Jumanji 1 avoids the death of the protagonists' parents, and avoids closing the factory. And as Alan child with Sarah did not play Jumanji because Alan threw in the river, which took to the beach and then went to the ocean, and ended up on another beach that probably was on another continent, since they did not speak English. The Jumanji showed no wear, so the material is not wood because wood in salt water for months deteriorates. So for me there are two Jumanjis. The timeline that Alan disappears, which is the line of the two new films. Unless they left again, but since there's no story of them two told by the resident, that would be Alan plus two, three children in total. Thus, the consequences are mitigated. But there is an element of temporal change, the kind of parallel lands in DC comics.