It may have been the decade that style forgot but we love the 80s. And we're not talking about bouffant hair-don'ts, colossal shoulder pads and Ferris Bueller. We're talking about the music.
From Frankie and Duran to Spandau and Wham, the 80s produced some of the most flamboyant acts in history. Even Cliff was cool. Sort of. So what if most of 'em looked liked they'd raided their mum's wardrobe? This badly dressed decade was all about fun.
Maybe that's why the Name That Tune DVD Game (80s Edition) is such a hoot. This interactive board game gives all you lovers of hair gel and highlights the chance to test your knowledge of 80s music to the max.
Packed with hilarious - sorry, memory-jogging - video clips from bands such as Aha, Bros, Culture Club and Roxette, this fun-packed party game will have you singing into your hairbrush before you can say 'the reflex, fle-fle-fle-fle-flex'.
As for bringing back the memories - well, we'd almost forgotten how massive Daryl Hall's quiff-o-mullet really was until we saw the clip of him warbling Maneater.
Containing over 1000 questions (categorised into Video Trivia, Name that Tune and Name that Group), a gameboard, playing tokens, plus the all-important DVD, this nostalgic game is designed to be played by 2-4 players or in teams. That said, we prefer playing it free-for-all fashion because watching the clips is almost as entertaining as playing the game.
Indeed we haven't laughed so much since Vienna was held off the number one spot by Shaddap You Face. So hurry up and get ordering. Frankie says buy this game. And so do we!