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Perfect for the ultimate night in, Everyone Sing supports up to 4 microphones so you can have the full party experience with your friends. With multiple party modes including Pass the Bomb, Group Mode, Know Your Song and more, you can truly have the perfect party with your friends and family.

Every song has a different treatment to support 1-4 players, so every time you sing it there is a different experience! With lead & backing singer breakdowns included, even if you don’t feel like Mariah or Madonna you can still join in singing backing vocals!

Everyone Sing Group Mode allows you to form a singing group with four friends, and progress through rounds of a competition to become the ultimate singing stars!

Staying in is the new going out! Get your friends round and get the party started with Everyone Sing!
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