Need a new game to play with the kids? Cards Against Humanity Family Edition has just arrived!

Cards Against Humanity, which markets itself as "a party game for horrible people," is an incredibly fun game if you have a sick sense of humor. It's one of my favorite games to bring to parties, and I own pretty much every expansion pack available. The only problem is that if you have kids, it's definitely NOT a game you can play around the family. That's where Cards Against Humanity Family Edition comes in.

According to the official website:

"Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition is a new fill-in-the-blank comedy game that’s just like Cards Against Humanity, but it’s written for kids and adults to play together. We’ve been working on it for over a year in consultation with child development experts and psychologists."

The site goes on to say that they were originally planning on releasing the game in the fall, but that a lot of people could use a fun family activity right now. The FAQ section adds that the game is rated PG and is for ages 8 and up, but they also wrote: "we recommend flipping through the cards before playing to remove anything you don’t want in there."

The best part? The game is free. As long as you have access to a printer, you can download and print the game and play it right now. They hope to release a physical version of the game in-stores later on this year, but for right now, a free version should work just fine!

If you're interested in downloading Cards Against Humanity Family Edition, click HERE for more information!