Getting a new groove with Twister Dance - review/giveaway

Twister has been a family game night staple. From right hand on red to left leg on blue, the positions and contortions that players can hold leaves everyone in stitches.

But every game can use a few updates. This year the classic Twister is going to be given a make over with Twister Dance.

In my neighborhood, the kids love to play music and have dance parties. From creating elaborate routines to jamming to music, everyone likes to crank up the ipod and groove. Twister Dance combines kids love of dance with the classic Twister game.

Twister Dance gets kids up and grooving to the directions. This game combines all of today's best dance music with the iconic Twister spots. Girls (and guys) will learn the hottest dance moves to today's biggest hits. Plus, this game offers a custom Twister remix of Till the World Ends by Britney Spears.

The console offers bright, multi-color LED lights, which show the players where to place their feet. Players can use their own unique style and flair for hand movements (hand don't have a specific placement like traditional twister).

The console has several songs programed into the console. Also, any mp3 player can be connected to the console. The built-in beat detections system urns any song into a dance routine. Regardless of your favorite genre, from rock to country, players can rock the spots every time you play.

We broke the Twister Dance out over the holiday weekend. We choose to attach an ipod to the console so that we could have a variety of music. At first I thought that the middle school girls would take over the entire game. As the night progress, it was the adult ladies that enjoyed the game more. With the old school music we all broke out the sprinkler, pumpkin patch and several other dance moves from the past. It became a battle of the ages for many hours. Such a fun evening for everyone at the party.

Twister Dance retails for $34.99. It is recommended for 1 to 2 players, ages 8 and up.

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Disclosure: I received Twister Dance to review and to giveaway. All opinions are my own.

34 comments:

  1. I would let my grandchildren choose the song...not sure what they might pick

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  2. We would twist to some Michael Jackson tunes!

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  3. How about Pump Up the Jam...that is a great dance song. Thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  4. If it's adults I'd play some Drake, if I was with my son I'd let him pick something

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  5. I would play Jump by Van Halen

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  6. twist and shout.

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  7. Moves like Jagger.

    Thanks for the chance.
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  8. I like the twist and shout. Would be fun

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  9. We'd use "I like to move it, move it!"

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  10. I like Brick House!

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  11. Katy Perry's Hot N' Cold.
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  12. My daughter would dance to anything from One Direction or Justin Bieber.

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  13. Til the world ends :) LOVE Britney!

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  14. I'm not sure.....My daughter has some great songs on her Ipod that are danceable. ;0

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  15. I'm sure we'd end up dancing to whatever my 11-year-old's current favorite is. She tends to control the radio dials around here.

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  16. i would use brittany spears, we love to dance to her and justin beiber!
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  17. twist and shout would be fitting!

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  18. I would have to play to twist and shout.

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  19. Lady GaGa's On the Edge

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  20. Gangnam Style. Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey, sexy lady!

    kelleyc76(at)live(dot)com

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  21. Knowing my 6 year old it would be songs from Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift wilcarvic
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  22. Groove is in the Heart
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