Game That Song is a party game for music lovers.
If you love music, you’ll love playing Game That Song. Music opens the doors to deeper connections that other card games can’t.
"It's my favorite thing to do. Whenever anyone comes over we play it." - Stef M.
"We played until 2am. I didn't want to stop!" - Chris D.
"This game is my jam. Literally!" - Erin S.
"I couldn't stop thinking about it the day after I played it for the first time!" - Kim R.
We’ve been testing and refining the game for a year and a half, and we can’t wait to share it with the Kickstarter community.
How many people can play Game That Song?
It’s recommended to have as few as 3 players and as many as 10 (if you are playing with teams). The game just gets longer since you are playing more songs per round. 4 or 5 seems to be the sweet spot.
How long does it take to learn how to play?
If you already use your phone to play music over the Internet, then you should understand how to play after the first person takes their turn.
How do I play Game That Song?
One player selects a card that describes a situation where a song would be played. Each player then individually plays different songs to go along with the card. After each song has been played, all players vote for the best song. Another card is then drawn and the game continues. The game is best when there is no gap in the music and songs are played for about a minute. For the full rules, click HERE.
What’s the age range?
Game That Song is meant to be played by individuals 13+ and it's up to you what music you play. One card mentions alcohol, but that's the extent of the "inappropriate" topics. The age range is pretty much determined by the music you decide to play.
What if I don’t know that many songs?
Usually someone can help you or you can just start searching on your phone. You'd be surprised how quickly you can find a song on each topic! Also we have a cheat sheet for each card on our website that gives you at least 5 choices (this will be posted after the campaign).
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Risks and challenges
We have done everything that we can to minimize risk. We have placed six separate orders with our manufacturer to make sure that the quality is consistent. Decks are going to be made in China and shipped via airplane, so any typical risk with international trade and shipping should be expected. Our manufacturer quotes that we should be able to get the decks to you by December, so that's our plan. We would LOVE to get these out by Christmas, but please be flexible if it takes a bit longer and we end up in January or February. This is not a Kickstarter where you are paying and then development starts. We already have the designs, the cards, and the production facilities standing by. The cost becomes reasonable after a certain number of orders, which is why Kickstarter is the perfect tool to get this game up and running.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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