While providing consumers with a unique play experience, DropMix offers a wide variety of music genres to satisfy everyone’s tastes. There’s pop, country, hip-hop, rock, and even electronic tunes featured in the cards. Kids will have an absolute blast playing with elements of popular songs from artists like Sia, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, The Chainsmokers, Carrie Underwood, Flo Rida, Fall Out Boy, Skrillex, and more. With that said, my favorite part about the DropMix cards has got to be the illustrations that cover them. They’re vibrant, wacky, and just plain awesome.
DropMix is a wildy fun game that’s sure to be a hit at any party. Just turn the lights down low and crank the volume high.
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