What Do You Meme? Family Edition will have you and your kids laughing out loud! | Source: What Do You Meme?

Are you the funniest one in your family? Well, now you can prove it!

You may have heard of the wildly popular, viral What Do You Meme? card game, but truth be told, it may not be great for the younger members of your family. To solve this problem and bring meme-making fun to the masses, the company introduced a Family Edition Expansion Pack that challenges players ages 8 and up to create hilarious, family-friendly memes with caption and photo cards. Gameplay is easy: Each round has a judge who flips over a photo card, and all players must use the caption cards in their hand to make the perfect meme. The judge then decides the round’s winner. If you want to get a little creative, add some photos of your own and meme your family and friends!

Players offer up caption cards to match the photo cards and try to create the funniest meme! | Source: The Toy Insider

Although the gameplay is simple, have no fear: You and your tweens won’t get bored. The game is packed with 300 caption cards and 64 photo cards, so you can play as many rounds as you’d like and bring it out over and over again for family game night. Additionally, if you have other What Do You Meme? games or expansion packs at home, you can combine all of your favorites into one game. You can even switch it up and deal out the photo cards to the players and all try to match them to one caption. There are no rules — this is game night!

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An added bonus of this game is it takes something that kids love from the internet (memes) and brings it to screen-free, quality family time. Although you’re immersed in your meme-making gameplay, everyone can put down their phones to play and laugh together with some good ol’ fashioned facetime (the real-life kind, not the app). 

Show off your skills and prove that you’re the comedian of the family once and for all with What Do You Meme? Family Edition. Will kids crush it with their tween sense of humor or will Dad Jokes reign supreme?