My family tries really hard to keep family game night a tradition. Granted, as our daughter gets older it is harder to make sure all of our schedules coincide. When we are able to have a night at home together, however, Password is one of our favorite games to play. Even though there are only three of us, we make it work simply by rotating. One person gets to be a partner twice in a game, which actually makes it more fun! I must admit that this game is not good for younger children, for the simple fact that they are not going to be familiar with some of the words that might come up. That said, you could do your own version of kid's Password so they could be included. Simply make up some kid-friendly cards with words that would be easier for them and keep them in a separate stack, or baggie. Then, when the family plays Password, simply use that stack of words for the younger members of the family. This way they will not feel excluded and will be able to join in the family fun. I definitely recommend this as a great game for any family to have in their game closet. It's fun to play and makes a great party game as well.