Spontuneous - The Song Game - Sing It or Shout It - Talent NOT Required (Best Family / Party Board Games for Kids, Teens, Adults - Boy & Girls Ages 8 & Up)
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- Simple party game to play for all ages and musical tastes. A word is given and it's a race to blurt out any song containing that word. No singing skill is necessary and play crosses generations! Ages 8 & Up, 4-10 players/teams recommended.
- Millions already do it - You hear a word, a song pops into your head, and you spontaneously burst into a TUNE! For example: Can you think of a song with the word "COWBOY" in it? How 'bout "HEART"? Blurt it out then! Don't worry about your voice, let it rip!
- The object is to stump the other players, but if you do, you'd better be able to back it up with a song of your own!
- Award winning - Music Teacher Approved, Mom's Choice Gold Award, Dr. Toy's Best Vacation Product, Parent Tested Parent Approved Seal of Approval, The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, Mom's Best Hot Product Award, Creative Child Magazine Game of the Year, Play Advances Language Award. Includes Manufacturers Warranty.
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Spontuneous - The Song Game - Sing It or Shout It - Talent not Required
This is one of the best board games for family game night and parties with friends .Some people even make it into an adult drinking game. Either way, spontuneous will have you laughing for hours and will surely be an encore for more.
One player says a word and the race is on for the others to sing a song containing that word. Play begins with the Tunesmith turning the timer and announcing a Trigger-Word from his/her Hit-List. The first player who starts singing scores but must sing a minimum of 5 words containing the Trigger-Word. For example if the Trigger-Word was dawn the first player to begin singing a 5-word portion of lyrics from any song containing the word dawn scores.
Have you ever heard a word that "triggered" you to sing a song? If so, then YOU are Spontuneous®! One player says a word and the race is on for the others to sing a song containing that word. Don't worry though, talent is NOT required!
Spontuneous® is America's Hottest New Party Game! If you're looking for a hilarious game to entertain your family and friends, then it's time to throw a Spontuneous® Party! It's fun, fast paced, full of laughs and a perfect game to spice up your next get-together! SPONTUNEOUS®
Object: To stump the other players from being able to sing a portion of ANY song containing your Trigger-Word! The 1st player to reach Finish WINS!
This is one of the best board games for family game night and parties with friends (heck, read the reviews below) Some people even make it into an adult drinking game. Either way, Spontuneous® will have you laughing for hours and will surely be an encore for more! (Yes, it can be turned into a drinking game too!)
It's perfect for small or large groups, for kids, for teenagers, for adults and for families! Never know, you might even make it one of your slumber party games?!
Spontuneous® is the only music game that crosses all genres and all ages (even Grandma and Grandpa) can play together. It plays best with 4-10 players or teams. Kids, teens, college students, adults and families love it alike! It sparks conversation and memories of music; especially where one first heard a song. One of the best gifts for music and lyric lovers.
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After reading the description and several reviews, I thought that the game itself included a number of cards with words and phrases for the players to choose among. Instead, the players provide the words, and that's a bigger deal than you might assume. That portion of the game, if not well-organized and refined, can be time-sucking. After a couple of plays, I modified the game so that everyone had to contribute 5 words into a "hat" before we even began... otherwise, there would be all sorts of delays and distractions. I had also thought that, because the provided words and phrases (that evidently are not provided at all) would be somewhat universal (words like rock, roll, love, blood, sweat, tears, etc.), that the object of the game was for all the players to break into song... and at times, differing songs for comedic affect. Having tried this game now with about 5 different audiences, it hasn't worked that way.
In practice, the "cross generational" game falls well short if you are actually playing with multiple generations of players at the same time (that's where the family bit is suppose to work, right?) Older players will tend to gravitate toward classics (even commercial jingles) while the youngest have memorized obscure phrases from rap music (which isn't out of bounds if it's top 40). Still, it saps the energy from the game when a player serves up "texting", "terrificilicious" or "tushy" rather than something more commonly used like "telephone" or "time". [If you want to smooth this part out, I would suggest that the 'word giver' have to know at least TWO songs with the word they serve up.]
The last and longest game I played was around the campfire. We abandoned the board and other Spontuneous materials and just went around the fire reciting interesting lyrics and coming up with new ones. All-in-all, a fun concept but there's NOTHING IN THIS BOX that you can't do on your own. Save $30 and make your own game!
When we played with our 26-year-old son and his girlfriend, he killed us coming up with songs to almost every word and they were all songs that we had heard before.
We just took the game to Texas and played with our eldest son, his wife, son (nine), sister-in-law and brother-in-law. It's amazing how many times one word will come up and two people will shout out the same song. It was hilarious when someone got a Spontuneous Card and made up something you had to do while singing. One thing was you had to touch your nose and wiggle your fingers. If you didn't do this while singing out your song, it didn't count. My grandson loved playing but did get a little frustrated because the adults were so fast in shouting out songs.
So, don't worry if you can't sing in tune because it really doesn't matter. You just have to think fast and shout your song out.
Unfortunately we left our game in Texas. I'm convinced it was hidden from us. Anyway, we liked it so much that I do plan on ordering the game again.
Definitely a five star game!
Also, there is no restraint on the challenges because they are created entirely by your opponent. (Its not like Pictionary where there are cards to tell you what to draw. In this game, your opponent can challenge you with any song in time and space, so it can be song that's 150 years old or one that is an obscure B side from the album of a one-hit-wonder from the 80's. When we played, we made the rule that it had to be a song that you KNEW the other person has heard before - and we ran into a little trouble with that. ("Seriously? You've never heard that Cream song before? It's famous! It charted!" "No it didn't! (grabs iPhone to research the claim) and on and on.