Twister Dance

September 15, 2013 - Comment

Rock the spots to today’s hottest music with the Twister Dance Game! Learn dances by following the Twister spots to songs like “Till the World Ends” by Britney Spears or “Whip My Hair” by Willow. Or dance to your own music by connecting the game to any MP3 player (sold separately)! Practice by yourself or

Rock the spots to today’s hottest music with the Twister Dance Game! Learn dances by following the Twister spots to songs like “Till the World Ends” by Britney Spears or “Whip My Hair” by Willow. Or dance to your own music by connecting the game to any MP3 player (sold separately)! Practice by yourself or show off your moves with a friend. Rock it out with Twister Dance!

Product Features

  • Twister Dance Game is a dancing version of the classic game
  • Learn dances to great songs by following the lights and stepping on the Twister spots! 8 movable spots
  • Connects to any MP3 player (sold separately)
  • 1-2 players
  • Includes 8 moveable spots, dance console, music player connector cord and instructions

Comments

jvossler85 says:

Fun for the entire family! This game is great! The colored discs are durable(but best used with socks as they stick to bare feet). I love that I can plug my mp3 player into this, it keeps the game from being too limited. This game also has three levels of play, making it perfect for the whole family! My 5 and 8 year old use the first 2 settings, depending on the song, and my friends and I have a blast using level 3. Even my 2 year old has fun “playing” this with her sisters. It’s a great way to get your kids up and moving, any child that likes music and dancing will love Twister Dance!

N.A. says:

Only 4 songs- gets annoying My daughter received this toy as a birthday gift. At first it was a lot of fun for the girls. Unfortunately, there are only 4 songs in the game and some of them are really annoying. The game got repetitive and the girls( age 8 and 5) lost interest in about 2 days.

littlebuckeye01 says:

Not really a game…more like a fun mp3 player speaker system It’s not a game, I think the girls (9 and 10) were hoping for more of a game, it’s really just a light up speaker that they can try to dance too if they want to. They are using it with their ipods, it plays music nicely, so that’s a plus, and it lights up…so I see them using it more as a room decoration and speaker than a game. Especially since the 9 year old is on a dance team, she’s not too excited by this game.

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