It really is. Players take turns reading a question to the rest of the group while the rest of the group writes down their answers and passes them to the question reader for that round. The one who read the question picks one and then puts the answers out for everyone to see. The other players pick the one they think the reader would choose.
The scoring is then determined by whether or not you matched the person who read the question or if you were able to get some points from people who picked your answer. It similar to Apples to Apples in the scoring. It is for 13 and up but the great thing is that every card to read a question from has a wide range to choose from. There was always one that Matthew and Zachary could understand.
We would have to give this game two thumbs up and if you want to get your family laughing and talking, it is a great pick!