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Name That Tune 80's Edition


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  • With real songs and original music videos
  • Over 100 questions
  • 55 Expert Cards
  • DVD Interactive
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 10.6 x 15.9 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00073HHDS
  • Item model number: 5001
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #427,745 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Name That Tune 80's Edition: Relive the birth of the music video through its definitive songs, groups, and of course music videos! An entirely interactive DVD game, you'll get to watch a clip, hear a song, see an image or Name That Tune: with every roll of the dice! With 7 different questions categories testing your recall of hundreds of song titles, release dates, lyrics and more, you'll be reminiscing to the tunes of the 80's in no time at all! Game includes: 1 Name That Tune DVD, 1 Game Board, 4 Player Tokens, 1 Movement Die and 1 Question Die. For 2-4 players or teams, ages 13+

Product Description

An entirely interactive DVD game, you'll get to watch a clip, hear a song, see an image or "Name That Tune" with every roll of the dice. With seven different questions categories testing your recall of hundreds of song titles, release dates, lyrics and more, you'll be reminiscing to the tunes of the 80's in no time at all. Game includes: one Name That Tune DVD, one Game Board, four Player Tokens, one Movement Die and one Question Die. For 2-4 players or teams.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This game is all about the music, bands and videos of the 1980s.
Dorrie Wheeler
The low point of the game is when there was a "name that group" category question on the DVD , and the video clip they showed actually had a banner that said Wham!
Meloney Dillingham
The questions on the cards were fun and diverse but it is really a shame the dvd portion was lacking.
Nathalia Bermudez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By M. Calhoun on October 30, 2005
It's a cute game really, and I hate to give it a lackluster review because I'm guessing that people who aren't music junkies like me would probably have a lot of fun with it. But for people like me (and most of my friends) the actual gameplay is waaaaaaaaaaay too easy. I've played through the game 3 times since purchasing it, and only one of the games took longer than 10 minutes, and that was just because I kept getting bumped back by one of the other players.

There are lots of good questions in the deck - and the fact that they have an Expert deck helps (though the Expert deck is considerably smaller and really not that much harder), but the game board is too short, and there are too few clips on the DVD (as others have mentioned).

I have a small technical gripe about the DVD too - it's really hard to tell which category you've highlighted on the main menu. The Bid Avid round is a bit clunky as well, but it's still workable.

Also, it should be noted (for us Americans) that this game seems to have been created by folks in the UK, as a lot of the questions pertain to things that were more popular across the pond. The real give-away to this was one of the Video Trivia question answers, where it a flashlight was called a torch. (At least I'm pretty sure that's not American lingo...)

All in all, it's not awful, but if I'd been able to play it before buying, I probably would have skipped buying it.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Dorrie Wheeler on January 6, 2006
Name That Tune 80s Edition is probably the most fun and interactive 1980s game on the market. This game is all about the music, bands and videos of the 1980s. The game includes 110 question cards and 55 expert cards. The directions say that the game is meant to be played with a minimum of three players but you can modify the game and play with two players. There are no dice to roll. At the beginning of game play you choose a game piece. According to the game directions the youngest player starts first. Another player then will ask the player's whose turn it is to answer a trivia question. The trivia question will correspond with the number on the board. For instance, you will start play in the #1 spot, so the other player will ask you a #1 question on the card. There are 6 questions on each trivia card. The questions in the 1, 2 and 3 spots are easier than the questions in the 5 and 6 spot.

After a player moves 6 spots they then move to the circle area. This is when the DVD play beings for the most part. There are some DVD questions on the cards but they do not come up often in the trivia cards. The first DVD circle is Name That Group. When the DVD clip is played you have a short amount of time to name the group. Some of the groups that came up during game play were easy--Queen, The Ramones, and Wham to name a few. Other groups that appeared on the DVD were not very well known to even the most die hard 80's buffs who participated during my review. Groups such as 10cc, Stimulation and a video by Phillip Oakey and Giorgio Morodor stumped the entire group.

One thing that was clear in the three times I played the game is that certain clips will appear over quite quickly.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By M. Page on October 5, 2005
I love this game very much.

I recently we bought this game while I was on vacation with my boyfriend. We played it a lot in that time. It was awesome. Weird to say that. But it was. If you love the 80's and you know their music it's fun. I do say that it's not for those with only a small knowledge of the music.

There are 5 triva questions to go through and they get harder as you go on. Some are hard. Some aren't as hard. The first 3 are multiple choice so a little easier. The video part is so much fun. It's just fun to play and watch parts of these videos.

One of the best games I have ever played. So much fun.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Meloney Dillingham on September 25, 2006
I purchased this game this weekend at Target for a dinner get together I was having. This game, for lack of a better word, sucks. The questions are way too easy, and all the clips on the DVD were either INXS, David Bowe, Queen or Wham. Like another reviewer said, it seemed like the DVD was on a loop of the same 10 videos. Also, it seemed to focus mostly on the very early 80's. The low point of the game is when there was a "name that group" category question on the DVD , and the video clip they showed actually had a banner that said Wham! behind George Michael dancing! It was really sad. This game is a waste of time for it's $34.00 price tag. Get Trivial Pursuit Pop Culture edition, it's much more fun and diverse.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Shane Fjerstad on January 14, 2006
I recently played this game with a group of friends. We are all in our 30s so we grew up in the 80s. Several of us consider ourselves to be very knowledgable when it comes to 80s popular music. This game was not very fun. It seems to be based on UK and/or Australian charts. We found much of the content to be obscure for Americans.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By crazy4games on August 16, 2005
This is one of the best games I've played in a while. It is perfect for any true '80s fan like me! My favorite part is the DVD -- it has all these music video clips that totally bring you back to the best decade!<br />
A great buy!
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