One of the funniest Music dobOFF bingo games is available. “Body Parts” is friendly for all audiences and a great addition to any social event or private party.
What can I say? This game should be a standard addition to all music bingo parties, especially for mixed crowds and first time players. It has quickly become one of my favorites to bring out, and it pretty much works everywhere, similar to Food Fight and Zoo Rock.
I have probably used this game over 20 times now, which is typically much more than necessary before launching a game, confident that it will be a good addition for other hosts, but it’s just so easy to break out! Especially in Bar & Restaurant gigs where you have transient guests that may have never tried a music bingo game before.
The mix of the generations really is a ton of fun, but the subtle jokes about different body parts really breaks the ice faster than other games. It is a family friendly game, but there are slightly risque jokes included too. The worst it gets is “My Ding-A-Ling” by Chuck Berry. So if you consider that offensive around children, I recommend skipping this one. But that joke is pretty mild compared to other innuendos seen in all ages movies such as Shrek or even most Disney movies nowadays.
Past that song, we hit pretty much all the limbs of the body, “With Arms Wide Open”! You’ll love transitioning from ZZ Top to Fitz and The Tantrums. You’ll be “Head Over Heels”, and dancing “Cheek to Cheek”. More puns?? Ok, if you get down “On Bended Knee” I will do a couple more. But I am sure some of you will be rolling your “Bette Davis Eyes” by the end of this…
Want to know more about the game? Check out the Spotify Playlist here for full details. When you are ready to download, Music dobOFF - “Body Parts” is in the Fat City Trivia Store now.
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