Spontuneous Board Game

How To Play Spontuneous

Spontuneous Game Rules (PDF Instructions)

4 - 10
Play Time
45 MIN
Not many games require you to burst into song and at least sing 5 words from the lyrics but his game certainly does. Spontuneous, pronounced Spon-tune-ous (like tunes), is a fun game where players attempt to stump other players from being able to burst into song using a trigger word that they have come up with. Everyone knows hundreds of songs and the brain is powerful when it comes to linking words with songs.

Sing your way to victory with this fun family game. You are not judged on how well you sing or even if you are on tune. Just a simple melody and a couple words from the lyrics is all it takes. Once you play this game, you'll start listening to song lyrics in a whole different light. Give Spontuneous a try and bring out your inner singer.
The game Spontuneous should come with the following components. These are based off of the original game and don't include components from any expansion packs or different editions.

  • You'll Get A Spontuneous Game Board
  • 50 Cards
  • 10 Player Pawns
  • A 15 Second Timer
  • 2 Dice
  • A Hitlist Tablet
  • Official Spontuneous Game Rules And Instructions
How to Win
If you reach the finish square first you'll be the winner - you get there by stumping all the players so they can't think of a song from your trigger word.
How to Win
Please keep in mind that the official Spontuneous rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the original packaging and will teach you how to play Spontuneous. Download these original PDF game rules or print them for later use.

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Carlos says:

Love the game, but I hate the part that whoever actually shouts the loudest wins. If a person is a bit more insecure or shy, even if they have the answer slightly faster than another more boisterous person, they will stop giving their answer, and thus losing the game. It would be great if there was a more "turn-based" variation of the game, where you could actually either answer or pass on your turn, thus actually making those that know more about music win instead of whoever has the most dominant personality.
Sam says:

If a player completes a spontaneous challenge to win the game, can a spontunous card be used to move the winning player back spaces and therefor keeping him from officially winning?
Kathy says:

Played this fun game with people at our last family reunion. It was so much fun that we are going to try to play on ZOOM! I'm sure will be utter chaos!
Sarah says:

I was so happy when I saw this game. I know of a super musical family that would have a blast with this game. I just ordered it and am excited to give it to them. They are constantly singing or humming a tune - I'm sure they'll get a blast out of this.
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