Shocktato Party Game: Not Mr. Potato Head By Any Means
It’s party season and you can play checkers or the boring trivia game at your parties OR you can create havoc with the Shocktato Party Game! Liven up any party with Shocktato. Tell your family and friends you are bringing the Hot Potato game for the party—then watch the sheer excitement when you pull out the shocking potato.
This is like musical chairs but with a “little shock” to it. The objective of the game is to pass the potato as fast as you can while the music is playing. If you are caught with the potato when the music stops, BAM! You receive a jolt from the Shocktato’s patented shock feature. The fun begins when the first shock is delivered, unexpectedly. To really surprise your guest, start in the Lame Mode. There’s no shock. After a few rounds, flip the potato to the Extreme Mode and watch the fun begin.
To mix it up, the Shocktado Party Game has 3 game modes:
Extreme: This mode is for true Shocktato™ players. This mode got its name because it has no music, just a surprise buzzer and emits a shock. Begin passing the Shocktato™ around the circle. Be quick though, when the buzzer sounds, the shock begins. The player who is left holding the Shocktato™ when it shocks must leave the game. The last player in the circle is the winner.
Normal: In Normal Mode, you will hear music begin to play. Begin passing the Shocktato™ around the circle. Be quick though, when the music stops, Shocktato™ emits a shock.
Lame: This mode is for the weak at heart. This mode got its name because it does not shock. Now press the start button. In Lame Mode, you will hear music begin to play. Begin passing the Shocktato™ around the circle. Be quick though, when the music stops, the Shocktato™ makes a buzzing sound. The player who is left holding the Shocktato™ at the buzzer must leave the game.
Then the best feature is the Prank Mode. Select the unsuspecting person who thinks he/she is all that.
The potato is the size of a regular Idaho potato, making it the perfect fit for everyone’s hands. Plan the party (for ages 14 and above) and be the shock of the party.