Twister Classic Board Game for 2 or More Players
- WHO’S GOT THE MOVES?: Classic Twister gameplay challenges players to place their hands and feet on red
- GIVE THE SPINNER A WHIRL: See where it lands and make a move! Right foot red, off to a good start. Left foot green, you’ve got this! Left hand blue … wait, is that physically possible? Give it a shot
- INDOOR ACTIVITY FOR KIDS: Stuck inside? The Classic Twister game is an action-packed way for kids, tweens, and teens to "get their energy out." (Parents, rejoice!)
- FUN PARTY GAME TO PLAY IN TEAMS: This group game includes instructions to play in teams, along with tips for hosting a Twister tournament. Break out the mat for game night too
- TYING PLAYERS UP IN KNOTS FOR GENERATIONS: Who doesn’t remember playing this Hasbro game as a kid? The Twister game is for adults and kids age 6 and up. Families can join in the fun together
It’s the Twister game, the classic game that ties players up in knots! This action-packed group game is fun for parties or a game night with the family. See where the spinner lands and make a move. Left hand red, piece of cake! Right hand yellow, no problemo! Hilarity ensues as players twist, turn, tangle -- and struggle to keep their hands and feet glued to the mat. Right foot blue … uh oh, this is getting tough! Who can do it? Once a player topples over, or their knee or elbow hits the mat, they're out. The last player standing wins! For ages 6 and up, the Classic Twister game is a fun thing to do while staying at home, and it’s a great outdoor game for kids to play with family and friends. Are you ready to be the next Twister game champ? Hasbro Gaming and all related trademarks and logos are trademarks of Hasbro, Inc.
Over forty years old and going strong! Soon after its release in 1966, Twister was made instantly popular when Johnny Carson and Eva Gabor played it on The Tonight Show. Such a simple concept, with so much potential for hilarity. The game includes a plastic mat with red, blue, yellow, and green spots; a spinner; and instructions. To play (as if you didnt already know ), two to four players face each other, with the plastic mat in the center. A referee spins the spinner, then calls out the body part and the color the arrow points to ("Left foot, blue," "Right hand, yellow"). All players, at the same time, follow the directions, placing the appropriate body part on a vacant circle. Players become increasingly entangled, until someone (or everyone) finally topples, and is eliminated. The last person standinger, crouchingwins. If this doesnt bring families and friends (and celebrities) closer together, we dont know what does! Out-and-out fun. --Emilie Coulter