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You Can Now Buy A Giant Inflatable Game Of Twister For Your Next Party

You Can Now Buy A Giant Inflatable Game Of Twister For Your Next Party

The giant inflatable game of twister comes with 64 color dots in eight rows, so there's no need for people to take turns and miss out on all the fun. 

Twister is a fun game, but do you know what's wrong with it? Well, it's too small and it won't be able to accommodate all your pals. However, there now seems to be a solution to that as well. Hammacher Schlemmer's Inflatable Outdoor Color Dot Game is an oversized and fun version of the classic Twister game mat and this is all you need to make all your party guests feel involved and have a good time. Since this comes with 64 color dots in eight rows, there's no need for people to take turns and miss out on all the fun. 



 

 

According to Business Insider, the inflatable game is 15-by-15-feet and supports up to 1,500 pounds! It comes with an air blower that keeps the playing surface inflated. Also, the spinner is 24 inches in diameter and 3-feet high on a stand that you place near the mat. How cool is that? However, it is a bit on the expensive side, as it retails for $2,000, but I think this is a worthy one-time investment and it's going to make you quite popular among your friends.



 

The rules of this giant game of Twister really is similar to the smaller version. Each player will spin the wheel which determines whether you should place your hand or foot down, and on which colored circle it should go. According to the description on the website, "This inflatable outdoor game challenges up to 10 players to touch different colored dots on a playing surface using only their hands and feet. Based on the popular game that originated in the 1960s, it is built by a company that only manufactures products for the amusement industry."



 

As expected, some people did feel the price of this product was a bit high. Denise Cipicchio Allen wrote: "Let's paint an air mattress and save $1950!" A good idea would be to get a bunch of people to pitch in and buy it so you could all take turns to show this badass off. Or else you could buy it and then rent it out so you can get some profit on the $2,000 that you've shelled out. I mean, the possibilities are endless. 



 

Amber Holder wrote: "Anyone that loves this game enough to spend 2 THOUSAND bucks on it, is either a millionaire & literally just has nothing else to spend their money on, or hates their money? I can't see any other option. This is crazy." Wendy Raposo had an idea: "Omg. I want one!!! Add soap and bubbles and maybe some alcohol=greaaat time and lots of laughs!!!!" Staci Smith added:" Looks fun but not $2,000 dollars worth of fun !! Wow!!" Well, what do you think? Would you shell out some money for something like this?



 

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