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Twister Dance Rave Game

by Hasbro
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  • Twister Dance Rave game lets you rock the spots to your own music
  • Connect any MP3 player (sold separately) with the connector cord
  • Light it up and Rave in Freestyle mode
  • Includes today's hottest tracks with hotter sound
  • Includes 8 moveable spots, music player connector cord and instructions
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 12 x 9.5 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00CPHGFO6
  • Item model number: A2975
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 16 years
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,005 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Twister Dance Rave

With the Twister Dance Rave game, you can use the Twister spots to learn dances to the hottest music. Follow the lights to learn dances by moving your feet to the matching color spots. You can also show off your own dance moves in Freestyle Mode. There are 4 great songs on the Twister Dance Rave console to get you started: "Hit the Lights," performed by Selena Gomez and the Scene; "Lights," performed by Ellie Goulding; "Glow," performed by Brit Nicole; and an original song, "Caught Up in a Twister." Or connect any MP3 player to the console, and Twister Dance Rave beat-detection technology lets you dance to all your favorite songs.

The Twister Dance Rave game teaches you dance moves to hot songs. Follow the lights to learn dances in beginning, intermediate and advanced mode, but watch out for the Freestyle Mode. When the lights go purple, it's your chance to show off your own dance moves!

Twister Dance Rave
The Twister Dance Rave game comes with 4 great songs to get you started.
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Twister Dance Rave
You can also connect any MP3 player to the console and dance to your own songs using the beat detection feature.
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Twister Dance Rave
The Twister Dance Rave game teaches you dance moves to hot songs.
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Twister Dance Rave
Learn dances to the hottest music.
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Twister Dance Rave
Dance your way to your favorite music.
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Twister Dance Rave
Watch out for the Freestyle Mode.
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Features/Specifications
  • Learn dances to the hottest songs
  • Comes with four great songs to get you started
  • Rock the spots
  • Follow the lights and match your feet to the spots in beginner, intermediate and advanced modes
  • Works with any MP3 Player
  • Plug in your MP3 player and follow the lights to dance to your own songs
  • Use as a speaker
  • You can turn off the flashing lights and use the Twister Dance Rave console as a music speaker
  • Freestyle Mode
  • When the lights go purple, make up your own dance moves
  • Ages 8 years and up
  • For 1-2 players
  • 4 1.5V AA alkaline batteries required
  • Includes Dance console, 8 movable spots, connector cord and instructions

From the Manufacturer

Hit the dance floor with today's hottest tracks with the Twister Dance Rave game.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My older kids had a great time playing this game.
NewAgeMama
In other words, your dancing won't mesh with the flow of the song and so it becomes somewhat ridiculous to even bother.
Andrew Ellington
This is awesome, my daughter can hook her phone to the game and play her own music to dance to.
Deanna Forshee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By anon on October 23, 2013
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My daughter has loved dancing since she was old enough to stand. And she's taken lessons in ballet, tap, Irish, and hip hop. I wasn't sure if this would be a hit or not (she's almost 14 now and it's a lot harder to judge things she might love or think are "lame" or too kiddish), but she's been having fun with this. She's figured out some stuff that I was not so sure about myself since she has more experience with mp3 players and electronics and such. I could see where some kids might get bored if they don't really like dancing, but if your child or teen enjoys learning new dance steps or making up their own, I think they'd enjoy this.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Ellington VINE VOICE on November 1, 2013
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The idea of this game is neat. Take classic Twister and infuse it with the ever popular (is it still popular?) Dance Dance Revolution and you have Twister Dance Rave. Cool, right? Not really. Sadly, nothing outside of a simple idea was thought through here. At the end of the day, there is a product that produces short term glee from some little kids and absolutely nothing from anyone over the age of six. The conception of the game was fine, but the execution is a mess.

And here is why.

First, the unit itself only plays four programed songs. These songs are fun, but gameplay can get VERY monotonous after a while with only four songs to choose from. Now, there is an option to plug in your own music device (iPod or iPhone) and select any song from your music list. This sounds, in concept, like a great idea. The problem is that there are no programed dances to this random music and so you get random lights. In other words, your dancing won't mesh with the flow of the song and so it becomes somewhat ridiculous to even bother.

Another issue is the round plastic colored circles you are supposed to step on. They are so flimsy that mid-song they are moving all over the floor, which makes gameplay near impossible. My kids were yelling for me to pause the song so they could fix their circles.

The most excitement they got from this was when the purple light came on and they could dance around anyway that they wanted to.

If you want to use this as a kid's stereo (since you can play music through it) then whatever, but even at that, it isn't anything great. These speakers don't produce the best sound. It's clear, no distortion or anything, but these aren't `speakers' and so you'll get nothing special. As a game, this is kind of a mess. It just doesn't work. I like that it got my kids active for ten minutes, but they can have more fun dancing in their rooms to the radio.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Truth Teller on December 7, 2013
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This game says it's for ages 8 and up, but we just played it with our 6 and 3.5 year olds, and they had a blast!
Pros:
- There are three levels of difficulty, which changes how quickly the lights change colors. Our younger kiddos were fine on "easy".
- The dots provided are non-slip, so we had no problem playing on our wood floors.
- It was super easy to plug in our phone and stream Pandora so the kids had an endless supply of songs to dance to.
- Easy set-up. As soon as batteries are installed and dots are on floor, you can play right away. (As a side note, our game did not come with any demo batteries.)
- Great way to get the kids' energy out on a cold day. They kept dancing in freestyle even after done with the dots.

Cons:
- There are only 4 songs included, so to avoid repeat overload you really need to plug in your own music player.
- This is a basic dancing game, and it's going to be the same thing over and over with the light patterns. The only thing changing it up is a different song. So it's not necessarily going to be a new challenge every time.
- The box is not for long-term storage of the game (destroyed by opening it), so now we need somewhere to store a cylindrical game with 8 loose dots to keep all together in one place. Hmmm. I see misplaced dots soon in our future. (Hasbro, is it really that hard to provide your product in a box that we can keep and use for storage?)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Carey VINE VOICE on December 6, 2013
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My girls love to dance. The slightest hint of anything musical will get them off the couch and on their feet, moving to the beat of the tunes. Given how much they love to dance, Twister Dance Rave seemed like a game they would love. It helps teach kids how to dance to music through its colored lights and it seems like a good toy for children who are inclined to dance at a moment’s notice and for any reason.

As I expected, my girls did, indeed, squeal with delight when Dance Rave arrived in the mail. They opened the box, I snapped in some batteries, and they started to play. They weren’t too thrilled that only four songs are included, but once they discovered that they could hookup a MP3 player and choose any song they like, their interest was renewed.

After playing this for a short time, I noticed my girls started to get annoyed and it is easy to see why. The main problem is the small plastic circles that come with the Dance Rave. It is on these circles that kids are supposed to move their feet based on the flashing lights. It’s a great concept, but the manufacturer should have made the circles larger. They are smaller than most kids’ shoes and while we all know that the foot doesn’t have to fit entirely inside the circles for the concept to work, this logic doesn’t go over well with youngsters. They want to feel like they are doing it right and that means being able to see the full, colored circle surrounding their feet each time they make a move. And trying to keep in step with the person next to you gets frustrating because kids tend to want to watch the lights instead.
So, does this mean the Dance Rave is a bust? No, it does not because it can still be fun for children who naturally love to dance the night away.
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