FAQ n Roll

Why should I buy Song Saga?

Because spending quality time with friends remembering and sharing stories is what life is all about.

Because listening to music can reduce anxiety, blood pressure, and pain as well as improve sleep quality, mood, mental alertness, and memory.

Because people who socialise, laugh, and dance more are scientifically proven to live longer happier lives.

And because there may or may not be some extra surprises in the box that more than pay for the cost of the game.

But mostly because our bar tab is outrageous.

Still not convinced? Check out these Eleven reasons why you should play Song Saga right now. (You won’t believe #7).

What’s in the box?

  • 225 Song/Story Cards
  • 25 Gold Award Cards
  • 25 You Rock! Cards
  • A hilarious and helpful instruction booklet
  • Our recipe for the PERFECT Margarita*
  • Space for future expansion card packs and/or your stash
  • Rockin’ good times
  • Some other stuff we can’t tell you about or else we’d ruin the surprise

*All cards are plastic coated for when you spill your Margarita

How do I play Song Saga?

Enthusiastically and frequently. But go here if you’re looking for some rules to break

How do I win Song Saga?

We happen to think spending time sharing great stories and great music with great friends is a big enough win on it’s own.

But if you’re super competitive, set yourself up for superstardom here.

Is there a drinking game version?

Yes. Get yourself a drink. Then play.

Is there a better gift to give the music lover in my life?

No.

Do I need a music app to play Song Saga?

Probably.

After all music apps like Spotify and Apple Music have over 60,000,000 songs, so chances are that perfect song you’re looking for is there.

But hey, if you got an awesome vinyl collection you could be fine.

How do I use Spotify Group Session aka Party Mode?

It’s super easy. We made a simple explainer video.

What if I’m no good at telling stories?

Nonsense. Nobody is better at telling the stories of your life than you. You’re already awesome and this is a friendly audience. Remember, you are your own harshest critic and what you hear in your head always sounds better to your friends. But if you want to be extra entertaining, here are some tips on how to tell a good story.

What if I can’t think of a song?

Maybe you should listen to the radio more? If you’re in the middle of a game, then do a web search for things that might help you remember the song that was popular when you were in high-school, or that 80’s hit nobody can forget no matter how hard we try. Don’t panic, you will find something. Or you can beg your friends to let you draw a different card.

What if I can’t think of a story?

Get off your mama’s couch and go live a life. Seriously though, if you’re in the middle of a game, then try thinking more broadly and less literally. Use the cards to spark an idea or a memory. You don’t have to answer exactly what the card asks. If you’re really stuck, try thinking of just a song – you’ll be amazed at how quickly you remember a story as soon as it starts playing… that’s just how are brains work. If you’re really well and truly at a loss, beg your friends to let you draw a different card.

What happens if I want to play a song that someone else already played?

Congratulate each other on your excellent musical taste and then find a different song to play you lame ass.

I don’t like some of the cards, what should I do?

Draw a pentagram on the ground with goat’s blood and burn the offending cards inside it. Or give them to someone you hate. Your choice.

Can I suggest a card?

Hell yes! We got a form for that.

Shipping. What's the deal?

Warehousing and shipping games all across the world is a magical and mysterious process that involves lots of software, people, packaging, planes, and processes. If you have specific questions or suggestions, please drop us a note.

Can I sell Song Saga in my store?

Probably. But first, drop us a note and tell us the coolest thing you did in your life.

Can I get a refund?

What the hell is wrong with you?

Short answer: Maybe. If you bought from Amazon or a physical store, they might be willing to deal with your crazy ass.

Long answer: No. One-hundred per cent of people who buy Song Saga, love Song Saga, but if you’re the one nutjob who doesn’t, don’t come running to us asking for your money back.

We already spent it on margaritas.

Who made this mess?

Song Saga was developed by Amy Nadaskay and Eran Thomson, and is a byproduct of countless high quality evenings spent with friends all of whom played a role in the story of it’s existence.

Are you making fun of me?

Nope. Any mention of people of public interest in Song Saga is satire, for general reference only and does not imply endorsement, approval, or association. It also means we love you and think you should play Celebrity Song Saga with us. Coming to a screen near you soon.

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