A game of associations. Players match descriptions to objects, people, or places. The simple game has hilarious results. While this is geared toward readers, some of the funniest results can be randomly selected. A fun game for the whole family.
The game cards play heavy on pop culture for kids, which might make it outdated quickly or hard for some adults to understand.
A simple card game based on matching numbers and colors. This version of the classic game has been updated with a machine that shoots cards at random. It also has "make your own" wild cards. Rated for age 7+, but younger kids can play this game with a little help.
Inserting cards into the dispenser can be tricky. The attack twist can also make the game go on a long time.
A good game for Minecraft fans. Holds the attention well. Players can mine, craft and reserve just like the electric version of the game. It really does an effective job of getting your screen addicted kid to have some off-screen time.
If you are not familiar with Minecraft, this card game may be a little confusing to learn.
As much fun as the familiar favorite board game, but not as complicated and more portable. Fun and easy to learn. Winning takes a combination of strategy and luck.
This card game is better for older children who have learned strategy – may be over the head of younger children.
Just edgy enough for kids to enjoy it, but still fun for Tweens. Great for people who love potty humor. Engaging. Gets people's hands off of their devices for a while for some face time.
A good game for older kids to play together, but it might be a bit boring for adults. Parents might want to check the cards ahead of time to pull out any they do not find appropriate.
A card game is a compact gift that holds the potential for hours of fun. When looking for the right card game for a kid, consider the age and skill level of the child. Some easy games simply require matching of colors and numbers. Look for bright colors, friendly graphics and slightly larger size for small children. Other, more complicated card games add strategy. The strategic games may be more fun for adults to play with children. Card games for kids may also be based on other popular board games or online games. These games are usually a hit, but require some familiarity with the original version or a close reading of the instructions to understand how to play.
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