NASHVILLE, Tenn (July 20, 2020) Spontuneous - The Song Game is an old fashioned, tabletop board game, with no electronics. It’s a perfect game for music-lovers and crosses all genres of music. For anyone that is hard to buy for, the song game is a perfect gift to ensure quality time and family fun for everyone.
Spontuneous has been a #1 Best Seller for the past 3 holiday seasons on Amazon for board games with thousands of 4.5-star reviews. Cosmopolitan names it one of the best board games for adults. CNN and mommy bloggers agree that the song game is great for family nights!
Created by Nashville-based entrepreneur, Rob Ridgeway, Spontuneous makes a board game out of that crazy occurrence where hearing a particular word spontaneously causes a song to pop into your head. Ridgeway states that Spontuneous reviews reflect exactly why we created this game—a fun-filled, non-tech, family-oriented game that connects people through the music they love and the memories they create.”
About Spontuneous - The Song Game: The broader the tastes the better the fun! Spontuneous’s tag line is, Sing it or Shout it…Talent NOT Required. So even if you can’t carry a tune in a bucket, this game is still for you.
HOW TO PLAY: The objective of Spontuneous is to stump your opponents from being able to sing a song containing the trigger-word you’ve chosen. The player's race to be the first to sing a 5-word portion of a song containing that word. The first player to begin singing rolls the dice to advance on the game board. If everyone is stumped, the player who announced the word must be able to back it up with a song of their own otherwise they are penalized. The first player to reach the finish line and complete the Spontuneous Challenge wins!
*Great for All Ages, 8 and Up
*Multiple Award-Winning Game
*Crosses All Genres of Music
*4 - 10 Players or Teams
*Length of Play: 30-45 minutes
*Talent NOT Required
About Rob Ridgeway
Celebrating 10 years, Spontuneous—The Game has come a long way since Rob Ridgeway invented it in 2009. From handselling his products at his first mall kiosk in Billings, Montana to pedicabbing the streets of Austin, Texas to make ends meet, Ridgeway has hustled to keep his dream alive. He’s overcome near-bankruptcy, a brain tumor, medical debt, inventory stranded by a 2014 Port of L.A. strike, and the pessimism of naysayers for Spontuneous to become a bestselling game on Amazon. In 2018, Ridgeway relocated Spontuneous operations to Nashville, TN AKA Music City USA.
For more information, please visit www.songgame.com.