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Paul Lamond 6745 Sony Entertainment Now That's What I Call Music Board Game, Multi
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- Fun-packed Music Trivia board game for the whole family
- NOW That’s What I Call Music is one of the most successful compilation album series of all time
- Music Trivia questions from the 80’s, 90’s and 21st Century
- There are also covers to be sung and song titles to be mimed
- Ideal for 2 – 6 players and suitable for ages 8 years and over
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Do you love music?
Now That’s What I Call Music is one of the most successful compilation album series of all time and music fans can now put test their musical knowledge with this fun-packed trivia board game.
Mime song title, sing songs and answer trivia questions!
There are questions from the 80’s, 90’s and 21st Century as well as covers to sing and song titles to be mimed, promising hours of fun and entertainment for the whole family. The aim of the game is to answer the questions and pip your opponents to the centre of the board.
How will you win the game!
Throw a one and you’ll be answering a question on 80’s music, a two and it will be music trivia from the 90’s and a three will have you wracking your brains on tunes from the 21st century. Throw a four and it is Complete the Title round but a five will see you miming a song title such as Parklife, Rolling in the Deep and Pump Up the Jam, for your fellow players to name. A six on the dice though will have you describing, humming, clapping or even whistling songs such as Imagine, Mad World and the Birdy Song for opponents to guess!
Now That's What I Call Music
Now That’s What I Call Music is one of the most successful compilation album series of all time.
Question cards everyone will enjoy!
There’s Music Trivia and a whole lot more! From New Romantics and Britpop to House and Rap, the chart-topping NOW music series has become the soundtrack to our lives so relive the last three decades of great music in this fun-packed, fast-moving board game.
1 Playing Board
125 Question Cards
25 Wild Cards
60 Second Timer
6 Play Pieces
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The game is obviously aimed more at those between 30-60 years old with music questions mainly from the 1980's onward, but when played in 'team' mode as opposed to individuals, my teenage sons were able to answer some of the questions with a little help from us oldies.
Probably more appropriate to play with friends or much older children, however we have played it several times and have all enjoyed the variety of ways to 'ask' the questions, including humming the song or describing the song without using any words on the card. This proved slightly troublesome for my 15 year old who hasn't shown any interest in any music pre-2000.
A typical game last between 1 - 1.5 hours depending on how knowledgeable you and/or your team are. For true music-lovers this game is a must!
Lots of the spaces on the board have CD pictures on them which mean you have to have a question and these were fun but there were other spaces that were blank where you don't have to do anything and these were a bit dull especially if you and the other team kept landing on them so all it was was a game of who could roll a higher number to get round the board. Rolling a 6 meant someone on the team had to do a charade or bark out a song for the others to guess and we had a lot of laughs from this. We did enjoy the questions though the font on the question cards was a little small for our older players with poor eyesight so you may need a magnifying glass to hand!
Top international reviews
The board and cards are good quality.
As far as game play it’s for the most part well thought out.
Questions 1-4 on the dice cover 80s-90s-2001s, questions are varied some hard some easier.
The main problem I have is with a dice roll of a 5 you have to do a charade which I’m not keen on and a roll of 6 you have to hum the tune,
which the problem with that is if you don’t know the song how can you hum it.
I’m sure some will like the charades/humming part but I don’t.
All in all it’s a fun game with issues.