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)

November 25, 2017 - Comment

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

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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.

Product Features

  • #2 amazon bestseller during christmas 2016! Check out the excellent reviews and the product description below!
  • 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.

Comments

Kimberly says:

“stop in the name of love, ” or “a groovy kind of love This game was a riot, however, my dad knows so many songs, he blew right through the board and the game didn’t last very long! Before the game begins, you write down 3-5 “trigger words,” then when it’s your turn, you say one of the words, and the other players have 15 seconds to sing at least 5 words from a song containing that word. For instance, if my “trigger word” is “love,” players could yell out, “stop in the name of love,” or “a groovy kind of love.” A player might get stuck not being able to come up with 5 words, like “addicted to love” but not know the prior or next two words. You advance around a giant treble clef and land on spaces that make you pick up cards with challenges. The cards say things like, “You have 15 seconds to sing at least 5 words from any country song, if you can’t, go back 6 spaces.” Half of us are not anywhere near decent singers, my dad actually can’t hold a tune to save his life, however, he…

Jd Hill says:

Takes a lot of concentration to sing five words when everyone else is doing exactly the same thing. Wonderful game. Fun for anytime a group gets together. You have to think on your feet, and sing at the same time. The challenge cards add a lot of fun to the game as well. I will be giving copies of this game to my friends for Christmas this year.

Mrs. Mary T. Ross says:

Great multi-generational game Fantasic family game! Grandparents, parents, kids, even tots can play this really fun game. It is not dependent on everyone having knowledge of any top hits list from any decade – each generation calls on their own recollections. We had so much fun with our whole family.

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