April 02, 2020
Cards Against Humanity, a game in which players complete sentences using cards with crude words, is most certainly NOT for children.
Now, however, there's a new family edition with PG-rated content appropriate for ages 8 and older.
The public beta version of the game is available online to print for free, so families can play together while staying home during the COVID-19 crisis.
"We’ve been working on it for over a year in consultation with child development experts and psychologists. Our plan was to surprise everyone with this in the fall, but we know a lot of families need something to do right now," reads a statement from Cards Against Humanity on the product's website.
Families can download either a small card PDF, which is 21 pages, or a large card PDF, which is 47 pages. The next step is to cut out the cards. Then, it's game time.
Cards Against Humanity promises this isn't just the regular game without all the "bad stuff," like curse words and adult themes.
"We rewrote the entire game from scratch and extensively play-tested it with children so adults and kids can have fun together," states the product's FAQ section.