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I was really looking forward to playing this game because my family loves board games and even watches the show Family Game Night. The mini-game type challenges based on board games (like Clue, Life, Twister, etc.) aren't challenging- so you're kind of just sitting there pressing A the whole time you play. There's no one extremely young in my household (we're in our early-mid twenties), but my young nephew came over to play, he became bored of it within the first half hour. It just didn't do it for us. I recommend buying the classic bored game, if you're a true fan a "game nights," because Family Game Night 3 doesn't have much to offer anyone over the age of three.