There are five games on offer here, each offering a rather different challenge to the others. First up is You Don't Know Jack, a game that asks a crazy question "What percentage of Kim Kardashian's brain is water", and asks you to choose from a multiple choice list. Drawful is a game that gets you to draw something a bit weird or awkward, ("Hitler without a moustache", "Half time show"), and then has everyone submit their guess of what it is. Once everyone's submitted their guesses, it throws them all up on screen, along with the right answer - and everyone has to try and figure out which one's true. If you're drawing, you get points based on how many people got the right answer - or if you're submitting guesses, you get points for everyone who thinks your lie is the truth. Word Spud is a game about word connections, that asks you to tack a word or sentence on the end of the word the player before you chose, before getting everyone to vote on how "good" your answer was, while Lie Swatter is a game of truth or lies. Presenting you with a fact so implausible it might just be true, it's up to you to figure out the truths from the lies. Finally, Fibbage XL is a kind of variation on a theme, only here it gives you a sentence with a blank, and has everyone come up with a convincing lie. You then get points for everyone you fool into thinking your lie is the truth, and extra points for finding the truth hidden amongst the lies.
In terms of accessibility for younger players, there's a lot of reading, spelling and comprehension involved here, so this is a tricky game for younger players to get the hang of. Some of the games are family friendly (by way of having no, or little mature content), but most of them are also likely too challenging for younger players, simply due to the breadth of topics involved (you can't really pause to explain the question to a kid that doesn't get it). Due to the level of trivia alone, this is probably best left for older players.