Adults only: This game was created for ages 17+. There are some things you just can’t unhear. Trust us on this one.
Compete with your friends and family to create the funniest memes. Do this by using one of your dealt caption cards to caption the photo card in each round.
The winner of each round is decided by a rotating judge. Pro tip: pick your caption card to match the judge’s sense of humor.
Each What Do You Meme core game contains 435 cards. 360 of these are caption cards and 75 are photo cards. Printed on premium playing cards (thick with gloss finish); includes easel and bonus rules, shrink-wrapped in a custom box.
In addition to our core What Do You Meme game, there’s a lot more fun from What Do You Meme including eight expansion packs for our core What Do You Meme game (and counting)
Suggested Age: 17 Years and Up
Type of Game: Party games
Number of Players: 3 or More Players
Package type: Full game
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-4717
The What Do You Meme? Adult Party Card Game is sure to keep you entertained for hours. This game is best enjoyed with your buddies. It requires you to compete with players to create funny memes by paring caption cards with the photo cards. The winner of each round is decided by a judge. This set contains 435 cards and is a whole lot of fun.
This is honestly the worst game I’ve played in a long time. We thought it would be fun to play with our mid-20’s kids. The memes were outdated, which would have been fine, but the responses ranged from lame and boring to incredibly perverse and offensive. Our 2 25-28 year old sons stopped it after a few rounds and said “we’re all more intelligent than this” Then we played Apples to Apples for 2 hours and had a blast! Seriously, I’m not sure who this game would appeal to.
It is marked an adult game- but we tried it with the teens. They knew or had seen the memes before, and laughed about how "old" those memes were. We still had fun. We suggested if you didn't want to read the raunchier cards out loud; that you could trade those. We read most. Very similar to Apples to Apples or Cards Against Humanity. If you are looking for broad age appeal- go with Apples to Apples.
Great for the 20-30 somethings in your life. Quick games, broad meme references, and allows for players to add their own house rules/twists. I’ve gotten this game for all my newly wed friends and they love it!