Not Parent Approved: A Fun Card Game for Kids, Tweens, Teens, Families and Mischief Makers – The Original, Hilarious Family Party Game


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A card game for mischief makers. Each round, one player picks & reads a question card & everyone else answers with the funniest answer card.

Our story

How we got our start?

Our game was created to provide an attention-grabbing, easy-to-learn, and hilarious alternative to screen time for children and their families.

What makes our product unique?

Not Parent Approved gives kids a feeling of being naughty and cool, but within (most) parental boundaries.

Why we love what we do?

To see the joy of laughter during family time, have face-to-face engagement, and see our kid’s eyeballs again!

THE BEST, HILARIOUS, AWARD-WINNING PARTY GAME – A fun card game for families – for tweens, teens and their families that brings everyone together and makes a perfect gift for kids and teens (4-10 players, ages 8+). Amazon Launchpad approved!
EVERYONE WILL WANT TO PLAY – Inspired by Cards Against Humanity, but 100% family-friendly. Designed to reintroduce a love of family games for a screen-obsessed generation. Attention-grabbing. Easy-to-learn. Quick, simple play.
WARNING: Kids will unplug and put down their phones. Cards contain gratuitous bathroom humor that kids will find hilarious while distracted from their screens. You might even giggle a few times.
DURABLE CARDS, PORTABLE GAME – Comes with 455 high-quality, premium-printed cards (2″x3″) and rules insert in a custom shrink-wrapped box. Its take-anywhere size is great for parties, sleepovers, road trips, flights, picnics, and summer camps. It’s not just a tabletop game – take the laughter with you wherever you go!
GREAT FOR RELUCTANT READERS – Winner of Scholastic’s Gold Star Toy Award. Scholastic Review says you can consider this game “your secret weapon against reluctant readers, as one tester said it improved her daughter’s reading skills.” A fun game for kids – with benefits!

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