Are you ready for your BEST. DANCE. EVER? as John Adams releases Strictly Come Dancing: The Board Game, just in time for Christmas. Here we play this years top toe-tapping board game and share our thoughts.
This is going to be Fab-u-lous.
When certain shows such as Strictly Come Dancing start on our TV screens it means one thing – Christmas is coming! so we were thrilled when we heard about the new Strictly Come Dancing: The Board Game – there goes our cosy quiet nights! Saturday nights will take a different twist for Strictly fans as you can now take part, (well sort of!) in the BBC show, by playing the new board game which retails at £29.99
The whole office played and Katy said: “We’ve always wondered what it would feel like to compete for the glitterball trophy so when John Adam’s new Strictly Come Dancing board game arrived with us we couldn’t wait to satisfy all of our dancing needs.
Elaine, Mandy, Holly and myself decided to set up and have a few hours of glamours waltzing fun all while John thought he could also critique throughout.
With voting paddles, a fun board, with dance floor and staircase, and the glitter ball speaker, this is a lot of fun especially as the actual voice of judge Craig Revel Horwood give us some scores, however our only niggle – you need three AAA batteries which are not included.
There are six tunes on the glitter ball speaker – a Cha Cha Cha, a Waltz, Jive or Charleston and all you have to do is journey through training answering trivia questions, taking challenges and performing mini dance-offs, trying to win as many votes as possible. Finalists (Mandy and Holly in this case) also can do a dance-off where in between much hilarity Holly was voted winner and picked up the glitterball trophy.
We LOVED John Adams Strictly Come Dancing board game, it was so much fun to play and we really did feel part of the BBC show – even if our moves weren’t just as good. We can see exactly why this is going to be hugely popular this Christmas especially as all ages can take part and play.”
The game, suitable for players aged 8 and older, is made for groups of three to six players as it pairs players with an in-game professional dancer which allows them to journey through training answering trivia questions, taking on fun challenges and performing mini dance offs.
Pass us the glitter!
Strictly Come Dancing: The Board Game is available now from all good toy retailers including Argos.