Combines Twister with other popular dance games like Dance Revolution types and features Britney Spears
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 portable music player. Practice by yourself or show off your moves with a friend. Rock it out with Twister Dance.
The game of Twister was invented in 1966 by Charles "Chuck" Foley and Neil Rabens, initially intended as a promotional gimmick for the Johnson Wax Company's shoe polish. It was then purchased and produced by Milton Bradley. The game immediately sparked controversy for its close-contact nature but gained widespread popularity after Johnny Carson and Eva Gabor played it on "The Tonight Show." The game features a plastic mat with colored circles arranged in rows and a spinner that directs players where to place their hands and feet. Twister was one of the first games that used human bodies as playing pieces, effectively turning the living room into a game board. The game has been lauded for its simplicity and its ability to serve as an icebreaker. Over the years, it has become a cultural icon, featured in various forms of media and inspiring special editions and adaptations.