We're Not Really Strangers Family Edition front facing view of box.
We're Not Really Strangers Family Edition back facing view of box reading "How well do you know your family? How well do they know you? Whether big or small, conventional or perfectly unique, our family pack is for any group of individuals who consider each other family. There's only one rule while playing: Honest answers only. Ready?
We're Not Really Strangers Family Edition front facing view of box.
We're Not Really Strangers Family Edition side facing view of box with three levels of cards.
Family Edition
Family Edition
We're Not Really Strangers family members smiling and playing Family Edition around table.
We're Not Really Strangers two people holding up Family Edition card reading "For children to answer: finish the sentence, I'm thankful you raised me to be___" with handwriting  on card reading "independent."
We're Not Really Strangers Family Edition front facing view of box.
We're Not Really Strangers Family Edition back facing view of box reading "How well do you know your family? How well do they know you? Whether big or small, conventional or perfectly unique, our family pack is for any group of individuals who consider each other family. There's only one rule while playing: Honest answers only. Ready?
We're Not Really Strangers Family Edition front facing view of box.
We're Not Really Strangers Family Edition side facing view of box with three levels of cards.
Family Edition
Family Edition
We're Not Really Strangers family members smiling and playing Family Edition around table.
We're Not Really Strangers two people holding up Family Edition card reading "For children to answer: finish the sentence, I'm thankful you raised me to be___" with handwriting  on card reading "independent."

Family Edition

$20.00

When was the last time you truly connected with your family, not just as relatives, but as human beings?

Whether big or small, conventional or perfectly unique, our families play a role in who we are. With three carefully crafted levels of questions and wildcards, we made the Family Edition to help you deepen your connection with the people you’re closest to -- your biological family, the people who raised you, or the community you’ve created for yourself. Use these cards to get to know your family members as individuals and for them to get to know you.

Ready?

  • for you and the people you call family
  • 2-6 players
  • 150 questions and wildcards
  • Warning: not your average game night

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 49 reviews
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    Rena Ally
    Superb Customer Service

    Awhile back I had purchased this Family Edition box in my local Target. store. The game was defective as there was another Level 2 deck where the Level 3 deck should’ve been. The WNRS team was kind enough to send me a replacement immediately after I gave them the proof of my defective box. The new game arrived fast and has been great to play with relatives. Can’t rave about them enough!

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    A.
    Similar to what I thought

    Warning: this game gets very emotional and requires you to have an open-mind of your family. This game really makes you think about how/what you want to say as it really makes you dive deep for your emotions. We left the game thinking about our lives and what has influenced us as people surrounded by parents that cared but also caused you trauma. Either way, my sisters and I to share our own thoughts about cards even when it wasn't our own card to talk on. Through and through, it was a very constructive talk filled with tears, anger, and sadness.

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    Anonymous
    Challenging

    The game triggers the difficult but crucial conversations that must happen within the nuclear family. Maybe now we need a new guide game on how to deal with the feelings that arise throughout the game :) Congratulations!

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    Rachel Day
    exactly what we needed

    this game was the best thing that my family has played, it made us so much closer

    T
    Tori
    Bringing families together

    I brought this to a Christmas holiday event as a new member of the family. I was nervous, but within a few rounds a few members of the family were in tears (in a good way). Everyone said it was the deepest conversation they’d ever had with cousins, aunts and uncles, parents and grandparents. I highly recommend this.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 49 reviews
    98%
    (48)
    2%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    R
    Rena Ally
    Superb Customer Service

    Awhile back I had purchased this Family Edition box in my local Target. store. The game was defective as there was another Level 2 deck where the Level 3 deck should’ve been. The WNRS team was kind enough to send me a replacement immediately after I gave them the proof of my defective box. The new game arrived fast and has been great to play with relatives. Can’t rave about them enough!

    A
    A.
    Similar to what I thought

    Warning: this game gets very emotional and requires you to have an open-mind of your family. This game really makes you think about how/what you want to say as it really makes you dive deep for your emotions. We left the game thinking about our lives and what has influenced us as people surrounded by parents that cared but also caused you trauma. Either way, my sisters and I to share our own thoughts about cards even when it wasn't our own card to talk on. Through and through, it was a very constructive talk filled with tears, anger, and sadness.

    A
    Anonymous
    Challenging

    The game triggers the difficult but crucial conversations that must happen within the nuclear family. Maybe now we need a new guide game on how to deal with the feelings that arise throughout the game :) Congratulations!

    R
    Rachel Day
    exactly what we needed

    this game was the best thing that my family has played, it made us so much closer

    T
    Tori
    Bringing families together

    I brought this to a Christmas holiday event as a new member of the family. I was nervous, but within a few rounds a few members of the family were in tears (in a good way). Everyone said it was the deepest conversation they’d ever had with cousins, aunts and uncles, parents and grandparents. I highly recommend this.