|"Take a musical trip down memory lane!"|
The front of the Song Saga box
|Publisher(s)||Song Saga Pty Ltd|
|Setup time||1 minute|
|Playing time||20 minutes +|
|Skill(s) required||Social skills, Storytelling, Music appreciation|
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Song Saga is a card-based tabletop game or party game that uses prompt cards to inspire players to share memories of songs that have meaning and personal stories or anecdotes. Players compete to see who can share the best song and story "set" as determined by the majority agreement of all players.
Each round the player with the best set wins a blue "You Rock!" card as a scoring mechanism. Players can also award each other "Gold Card Awards:" for extra points. At the end of play, the player with the most blue and gold card wins the game.
Song Saga can be played by 2-99 people, average playtime is 20 minutes or more, and is ideal for players aged 13 and up.
Song Saga is played in conjunction with a music streaming app like Spotify, Apple Music or Amazon Music which players use to share songs. Music can be a mnemonic device that helps people remember stories to share during gameplay.
Players may learn new things about their peers and discover new music by playing Song Saga.
Song Saga was featured on the How Cool Is This? show where it was deemed to be cool.
Song Saga first previewed at the GAMA Expo in 2020 and was featured by BoardGameGeek on their live stream.
The original version of the game contained
- 225 Song/Story Cards
- 25 Gold Award Cards
- 25 You Rock! Cards
- "A hilarious and helpful instruction booklet"
- A recipe for the "perfect" Margarita
- Cards Against Humanity - A similar game but without the musical or storytelling elements
- What Do You Meme? - A game with a similar format
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- "How Cool Is This? podcast". How Cool Is This?.
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- "Song Saga Amazon Store Page". Amazon.com.
- "Song Saga game contents". Song Saga.
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