Turn off the screens and shake up family game night with this hilarious game!
The What Do You Meme? Bigger Better Edition is a classic addition to any game night, perfect for teens ages 17 and up. The card game is jammed-packed with meme photo cards and hilarious caption cards that players can pair together. in an attempt to make their fellow players LOL.
Teens can play the game with as little as four players and as many as 20, making it ideal for parties or hang outs with a lot of people. To begin, players will assign the role of judge to one player that will change each round so that everyone gets a chance to show off their humor. During each round, all players will receive a hand of caption cards. One photo card is placed on the included easel so that everyone can see it. Players can then sort through their caption cards to match one to the photo. After all players have placed their cards on the table, the judge reads them out loud and names the winner, based on the caption they think goes best with the meme.
The What Do You Meme? Bigger Better Edition includes 525 total cards, with 450 caption cards and 75 photo cards, giving players a ton of options to choose from. The game also comes with a large storage box that players can use to house all the cards and the easel for safekeeping. If you’re looking for even more cards, What Do You Meme? has some super-cool expansion packs, including cards based on SpongeBob SquarePants, 90 Day Fiancé, and other iconic shows. The What Do You Meme? Bigger Better Edition is an expansion of the iconic original game, this version is full of newer memes, more cards, and more opportunities for hilarious moments.
While we do love the cheeky humor in this game, players should be warned that some of the cards can be a little inappropriate for a younger crowd. It’s probably best to leave Grandma out of this game night, or anyone else who is looking for a more PG game, although you can sort through the game beforehand to pick out safer cards to use if you want to avoid embarrassing moments. There are some G-rated cards in the game with captions like, “When they apologize but you still have more arguing to do” and “That face you make while people are singing you Happy Birthday.” So with a little effort, players can morph this game into something more family-friendly. It can also be quite funny to go through all the cards and determine which ones are on the wilder side. If that seems like way too much work, What Do You Meme? also offers a family edition suitable for kids ages 8 and up.
This simple-to-play, but ridiculously funny game is so great for teenagers and parents who are looking for new ways to bond and connect. Perhaps, your kid went off to college or hasn’t been prioritizing family time over screen-time. Parents can get to know their teens a little better by laughing over ridiculous memes. Inspired by the best parts of the internet, but screen-free: Now that’s a win-win!