Not Parent Approved vs Cards Against Humanity

There have been many games that was inspired by Cards Against Humanity. One of them is Not Parent Approved, which is intended for children. If you want safer option to Cards Against Humanity, so you can play it together with your children, you may want to read our article below.

In this article, we are going to give you information about:
– What is Not Parent Approved and Cards Against Humanity
– How to play Not Parent Approved and Cards Against Humanity
– Not Parent Approved vs Cards Against Humanity

About Not Parent Approved
Not Parent Approved is a card game intended to play by children from 8 years old and above. The game was inspired by the famous Card Against Humanity but was designed for children. The game is recommended to be played by 4 until 10 players. Not Parent Approved is created by Stacy Katz and Maximina Revis and was released back then in 2016. This game is deemed to be the inappropriately appropriate card games that doesn’t contain R contents unlike the similar adult game like Cards Against Humanity or Rotten Apples. In each box of Not Parent Approved, you will get 455 cards including 105 question cards, 350 answer cards, and rules in a shrink wrapped custom box.

How to Play Not Parent Approved
Not Parent Approved is very easy to play, it literally played in the same way like Cards Against Humanity. First, all the players have to burp whether real or fake and the winner will be the burp boss for the first round. Second, the burp boss will pick a question card and reads it out loud and other players have to pick one card from all the seven cards in their possession and giving it facing down to burp boss. Third, burp boss have to read all the cards from the players and in each answer card, the burp boss have to re-read the question card again. Fourth, the burp boss have to pick the funniest card and the player who get chosen will get point and becomes the next burp boss. The winner is the one with the most points at the end of the game.

About Cards Against Humanity
Cards Against Humanity is an adult party game that intended to be played by adult above 17 years old. The game is recommended to be played with 4 to 20 people and each game will takes up 30 minutes until 90 minutes from start to end. The game is created by six Highland Park High School alumni and was released back then in 2011. In each box of Cards Against Humanity there are 600 cards including 500 white cards and 100 black cards. You may add the deck with additional packs. Their most recent packs are Sci-Fi pack, weed pack, and Period Pack. If you are interested on similar games, you may want to read our article on Rotten Apples vs Cards Against Humanity here.

How to Play Cards Against Humanity
Most of you might already know how to play this famous game. First, the most recently pooped player will be the “Card Czar”, which will take one black card and read it to all players. Second, all players have to pick one card from their hand, which they think the most “suitable” for the black card whether it is funny, awkward or something else and give the card to Card Czar facing down. Third, Card Czar have to shuffle all the white cards and read them one by one and in each white card, the Card Czar have to re-read the black card. Fourth, Card Czar have to pick the one card that he/she think the most interesting and the player who got chosen will get “awesome point”.

Comparison
Now, let’s compare Not Parent Approved and Cards Against Humanity. What clearly different from them are the content of the game. Cards Against Humanity contains Rated contents that are not appropriate to be shown or played by children, while Not Parent Approved is originally intended to be played by children and doesn’t contain rated stuff.

Not Parent Approved vs Cards Against Humanity

- Winner of Scholastic's Gold Star Toy Award. A multiple award-winning party game for tweens, young teens and their families (4-10 players, ages 8+)
- A HILARIOUS word game of fill-in-the blanks. Designed to reintroduce a love of tabletop games for a screen-obsessed generation
- Comes with 455 durable, premium-printed cards (2"x3") and rules insert in a custom shrink-wrapped box
- Portable take anywhere size. Great for parties, sleepovers, slumber parties, road trips, flights, picnics, and summer camps
- Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people
- Now version 2.0! Over 150 new cards since the last version
- Contains 500 white cards and 100 black cards for maximum replayability
- Includes a booklet of sensible game rules and preposterous alternate rules

Conclusion
All in all, there is no rule that adult can’t play Not Parent Approved, so you can play it if you want or buy it for your children. At the other hand Cards Against Humanity should only be played by adult. In our opinion, if you are an adult, Cards Against Humanity is most likely to be more interesting.

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