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  • Do you, or someone you know, have a song for everything? It happens to millions of us.
  • Can you think of a lyric with the word “night” in it? Pitch perfect or not, just let your voice rip!
  • The 1st player to blurt out a song rolls dice to advance on the board — more details in the description.
  • Simple to play. Crosses all genres. Ages 8 & Up. 4-10 players/teams. No idol singing skills needed.
  • Award-winning. Excellent gift for musical theater, improv, karaoke lovers & white elephant exchange.

Product Description:

If you’ve ever heard a word, a song pops into your head, and you spontaneously burst into a tune, then this is the perfect game for you or anyone who has a song for everything!

For Example: Can you think of a lyric with the word “mountain” in it? Blurt it out then, and you only have 15 seconds! Don’t worry about your voice; shout it if you must, because time is ticking! The first to sing at least a 5-word portion of lyrics containing “mountain,” roll dice, and advances on the board. When you land on specific spaces, you draw a card and complete the crazy challenge!

The object is to stump the other players from singing a song with your word in it, but if you do, you’d better be able to back it up with a song of your own, or else you’re penalized! The first player to reach “Finish” wins the game!

If you’re looking for a hilarious game to entertain your family and friends, then it’s time to throw a Spontaneous Party! It’s fun, fast-paced, full of laughs, and a perfect game to spice up your next get-together!

Spontuneous is the only music game that crosses all genres and all ages. Even Grandma & Grandpa can play with grandchildren, teens, college students, and their kids as well. It sparks conversation and memories of music, especially where one first heard a song. It is one of the best board games for family game night and parties with friends (heck, read the reviews below) Some even make it into an adult drinking game. Either way, you will be entertained for hours and will surely be an encore for more!

It’s perfect for small or large groups for children, teenagers, adults, and families! There’s no need for a microphone, but the spontaneous improvisation will have you in hysterics, singing, and dancing the night away!

Award-winning – Music Teacher Approved, Mom’s Choice Gold, Dr. Toy’s Best Vacation Product, Parent Tested Parent Approved. The National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, Mom’s Best Hot Product, Creative Child Game of the Year.

Spontuneous – The Song Game – Sing It or Shout It – Talent not Required

It is one of the best board games for family game nights and parties with friends. Some people even make it into a grown-up drinking game. In any case, spontuneous will make them chuckle for quite a long time and will most likely be a reprise for additional.

One player says a word, and the race is on for the others to sing a song containing that word. Play starts with the Tunesmith turning the clock and declaring a Trigger-Word from his/her Hit-List. The primary player who starts singing scores yet should sing at least five words containing the Trigger-Word. For instance, if the Trigger-Word was daybreak, the leading player to start making a 5-word part of verses from any song containing the word morning scores.