Spontuneous Awarded Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA) 2012 Seal of Approval Spontuneous Awarded The National Parent Council (TNPC) 2012 Seal of ApprovalAustin, TX (November 20, 2012) - Spontuneous Games, Inc. is thrilled to announce the newest two awards to be added to their Spontuneous® roster of achievements: The Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA) Winner’s Seal of Approval and The National Parenting Center (TNPC) Holiday 2012 Seal of Approval.Spontuneous®, the musical board game where lyrics come to life, was among numerous entries from across North America competing to earn the PTPA™ and TNPC Seals. First released in 2010, Spontuneous®, adds these two awards to a full list of educational and parent-awarded achievements. 


Warm up your voice, but better yet, get some songs in your head to get ready to play Spontuneous. A group or party game, Spontuneous challenges players to come up with a 5 word stanza from a song. Each player or team prepared their “Trigger Word List” which are words that trigger a song like “love,” “baby,” “call,” “bridge,” or “lost.” When it is your turn to be the Tunesmith, call out one of your words and turn over the timer. 




Spontuneous…the Hit New Game! 


The Mom’s Choice Awards® has named Spontuneous® among the best in family-friendly media, products and services. 


Spontuneous® was recently awarded the 2011 Game of the Year Award from Creative Child Awards, and we are excited to share the news! 


Spontuneous is proud to receive this prestigious award, and thanks Dr. Toy for selecting us as a Best Vacation Product for 2011. 


Even with more than 15 million Americans out of work, Stanford ranch kid Rob Ridgeway is confident enough in the musical board game that he invented last year to quit his day job in Billings and swing for the hit parade. 


There’s a new board game on the market, just in time for the holiday season. Its creator is a Billings man who quit his day job to devote his time to his catchy creation. 


People will spend money if it’s for something that makes them happy – especially in troubled economic times.