In the last few years we’ve seen a trend give way to a new breed of fun card games. These are adult card games like Cards Against Humanity, What Do You Meme and even family fun card games like Kids Against Maturity.
These unique card games allow players to contribute cards to complete what is essentially a joke. It’s like being provided the set-up to a joke and then laying out the punchline from a selection of cards. The best punchline is awarded the card; amass the most cards and that’s how you win. Simple, straightforward, and a heck of a lot of fun.
If you’ve ever played adult card games like Cards Against Humanity, then you know the content contained in those games are super inappropriate for kids. If they were a movie rating, they’d be R-rated, when what you need for your kids is a gentle PG.
Now, a card game can be PG and still be a barrel of laughs as Kids Against Maturity has taught us. Stepping it up a notch from tame humor found in games like Apples 2 Apples, Kids Against Maturity offers a ton of toilet and immature humor that kids and their parents love.
What makes this card particularly great is that it offers plenty of innuendos that’ll probably go over your kids’ heads but will make any adult crack up. Nothing like a nice innuendo to separate the immature kids from the immature adults.
The Kids Against Maturity core set includes an impressive 500 Question and Answer cards, offering over 40,000 laugh-out-loud combinations. You can play with 4 or more players. Everyone starts out with 10 white answer cards and round-robins as the judge, reading the blue card out loud. You’ll learn fast and start having a knee-slapper of a time immediately.
I hate to step on this soapbox – mainly because these old knees of mine are killing me – but please indulge me for a moment. The prevalence of TV, tablets and smartphones make vegging out in front of moving pictures easier than ever. While they are alright in moderation, putting electronics aside and engaging with human faces in your household with a fun card game like Kids Against Maturity is how you keep the family unit healthy.
So, if you’re looking for a card game like Cards Against Humanity minus the adult profanity, but with plenty of family-friendly, gross-out humor, this is the one for you. You can purchase Kids Against Maturity on Amazon or head to their website at KidsAgainstMaturity.com.