Buying Guide: Now there is a family-friendly version of Cards Against Humanity
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Buying Guide: Now there is a family-friendly version of Cards Against Humanity

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Cards Against Humanity might be a late-night party game favorite, but with content that pushes the boundaries of…well, humanity, it’s not exactly a PG-rated game that whole families can enjoy together. If you’re looking for an option that’s just as fun for adults as it is for kids, the family party game Kids Against Maturity is the age-appropriate solution.

Family-Friendly Prompts

Cards Against Humanity taps into risqué and immature humor for adults, but most prompts aren’t something you’d want your child repeating at the next play date. Kids Against Maturity offers an age appropriate solution without losing that same sense of humor with toilet humor and innuendos that can be enjoyed by any age. The game does come with one warning: “Humorless hover-parents and those who don’t appreciate flatulence jokes may not approve.” Each box contains 500 question and answer cards that are portable enough to take on road trips, camping trips, or sleepovers.

Screen-Free Time That’s Just as Fun

It can be difficult to get everyone in the family to put down their smart phones and tablets for a night to enjoy each other’s company, but this quick moving game is a great way to get everyone involved and limit screen time.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers gave this game an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars. Parents were huge fans since they didn’t feel Cards Against Humanity was age-appropriate but still wanted an interactive game that got their whole family talking and laughing. Several customers said it was a blast to see the funny combinations their kids came up with, and that this game was the perfect way to wind down after dinner, take a break out of the sun on a beach trip, or pull out at big family gatherings.

Kids Against Maturity: Card Game available from Amazon

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