Top Song Saga tips to telling a good tale

Song Saga is easy to play and is for all types of music lovers and storytellers.

You might like to draw your audience in or you may prefer to get to the punchline quickly. Whatever your style, Song Saga is the perfect party game that will get you discovering new things about your friends and family.

Our Top 5 Tips for Song Saga Storytelling

  1. Breathe – Take your time, get your words right. Remember the pauses in your head never feel as long to your listeners.
  2. Relax – You’re among friends. You couldn’t ask for a more engaged, enthusiastic and supportive audience. They want you to be awesome.
  3. Be Real – Don’t lie, exaggerate or embellish (too much). Truth is stranger, and almost always better than fiction. Sometimes.
  4. Trust Yourself – Nobody knows or can tell your story better than you. Intuition and instinct are your friends.
  5. Remember – We’re here to have fun! So just go for it.

Check out what players are saying about the game

Alan Alda has some ideas for you.
So does this Swedish dude.
One of the best things you can do is take an improv class. Our favourite school is Laugh-Masters Academy
This might help the introverts
Pixar has 22 rules about storytelling
And The New York Times wrote a story about telling a good story
If we think of anything else, we’ll add it here. In the meantime, just go for it, baby.
You got this!