We’ve been long time fans of the super irreverent extra awesome game Cards Against Humanity, so it’s no surprise that we can’t wait to get our hands on their new Cards Against Humanity Family Edition game. Well, lucky us, they’re offering the public beta version free for anyone with a printer.

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Cards Against Humanity Family Edition - Print and Play for free!

Just head over to their site, answer a few questions (They’re easy!), and you can download the PDF version of the game. No, they will not ask for your social security number. Yes, you will need a pair of scissors to cut out the cards, but that’s what safety scissors and children are for. It’s a fabulous homeschool lesson in fine motor skills.

If you’re wondering if this is truly a family-friendly game, well, the answer is yes, based on the name of the game which has family in it. But you can quickly peruse the cards to make sure they’re to your PG standards. They do use the words “crap” and “boobies” so it’s totally up to you whether you eliminate those cards or double them up. (Sorry, the word “boobies” is just hilarious).

What’s awesome is that if you get your friends and family to print out the game as well, you can play this over Zoom or Facetime. Sweet!

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