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Eligible purchases can be automatically added to the Family Library, or you can add them yourself after you buy them. Apps & games, Movies & TV shows, and Books sharing with Family Library may be limited in some countries.

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Important: To avoid potential issues with adding content to Family Library, make sure to use the family payment method instead of your personal credit or debit card to purchase movies or TV shows.

Note: Movies can be played offline on up to 5 devices per family member and 12 devices per family. 6 movies can be played at once, but each movie can only be streamed by one person at a time.

After you sign up for Family Library or join someone's family group, new movie and TV show purchases can only be added if you purchase them with the family payment method, a Google Play gift card, or a promo code.

If you see this message, your family payment method is invalid. If you're the family manager, update your family payment method to a valid credit card so that you and your family members can add purchases to Family Library.

Eligible purchases can be automatically added to the Family Library, or you can add them yourself after you buy them. Sharing apps and games, movies and TV shows, and books with Family Library may be limited in some countries.

Important: To avoid potential issues with adding content to Family Library, make sure that you use the family payment method instead of your personal credit or debit card to purchase movies or TV shows.

After you've signed up for Family Library or joined someone's family group, new movie and TV show purchases can only be added if you purchase them with the family payment method, a Google Play gift card or a promo code.

With Ask to Buy, when kids want to buy or download a new item, they send a request to the family organizer. The family organizer can use their own device to approve or decline the request. For example, if a child wants to buy an app, the family organizer can see the app and decide whether to allow it.

Families can use Ask to Buy after they set up Family Sharing. The family organizer can turn on Ask to Buy for any family member who isn't an adult. It's on by default for any children under 13. You'll be asked to set up Ask to Buy when you invite anyone under 18 to your family group.1

When it comes to great backyard games, bowling is at the top of the list. This giant lawn bowling set includes all the equipment you need for a day of fun. Just place the pins upright, step back and roll the ball. It includes a mesh bag for easy transport.

A giant version of the family favorite, this Jumbo 4-to-Score game will be fun edition to your backyard party. Just try to get four of your color in a row and you win. This indoor hopscotch game will keep kids busy for hours.

At HABA, we are dedicated to bringing families together with fun and educational toys. Our award-winning board games are quick and easy to play and replay again and again. We offer both competitive and cooperative games, so you can choose your preferred style of play. Many games feature variations for solo play or to make the experience more challenging. All HABA items are rigorously tested to meet US and European Federal safety standards.

But what if you actually do like Monopoly?First we suggest you ask yourself what it is about Monopoly that you really like. Then check out this great video by Scott Nicholson, an expert when it comes to analyzing board games. In this episode he takes each aspect of Monopoly and recommends other games related to those aspects. So for example, if you like to Collect Sets of Stuff, then take a look at Zooloretto. If you like Buying Properties, then try Acquire, and so on.

So head to your friendly, local game store this week and find some great new games that you can give your family for Christmas. Christmas really is the perfect season to spend time with your family playing great board games together.

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Steam Family Library Sharing allows family members and their guests to play one another's games while earning their own Steam achievements and saving their own game progress to the Steam Cloud. It's all enabled by authorizing shared computers and users.

See a family member's installed game that you want to play? Send them a request to authorize you. Once authorized, their library of Steam games becomes available for you to access, download and play.

Lock in 2023 season tickets with a guaranteed seat to every home game. Click here for more info. The best way to catch all the games in Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Click here to order your 2023 season tickets. View the 2023 Season Ticket Catalog for full details, click here.

Wordle is fun to play online, but it's a solo venture ... until now. With this game, you can bring the fun of Wordle into the real world and play with family and friends. A host picks a five-letter word, and then uses colored tiles to mark the other players' guesses and tell them if they have the right letters in the correct or wrong spots. After that word is guessed, it's someone else's turn to be the host. For two to four players ages 14+

Kids can play this guessing game even if they don't know how to read yet. Kids try to guess the animal on the card by asking questions like, "What does it eat?" or "Where does it live?" If they're stumped for queries, picture tiles will give them hints about questions to ask. It'll get them working on their logic skills before they enter elementary school! In addition to animals, there's also games about food and about what you can find in a house. Good Housekeeping testers found older kids who can read still liked to play with their younger siblings. For two to six players ages 3+

It's a trivia game, but the questions are about a tricky topic ... your family! Players take turns reading question cards, like, "What's my favorite food?" Or "What was my first job?" The more you know about your family, the better you'll do. The game says it's for three to eight players, but reviewers say it can accommodate more if you want to break it out at the next big family occasion. For three to eight players ages 8+

Think of this as a sweeter twist on games like Guess Who? Or Mastermind. Kids choose a sweet treat and a flavor, then use yes or no questions to try and determine their opponents. They have to use logic and deductive reasoning to guess correctly before their treats are guessed! For two players ages 5+

Before we start, we should quickly explain that sharing Nintendo Switch games with your family isn't the same thing as adding family members to your Nintendo Switch account. While it seems like the two functions should be related, they're not. For now, just be aware that unless you're trying to share Nintendo Switch Online functionality, you don't actually have to add family members to your account to share games with them. We will write a separate article about this process, and link to it here once we're done.

Briefly, here's how sharing games works: Nintendo does not have a dedicated feature that lets you share downloaded games with family members. What it does have, however, is a function that lets you designate a "primary" Switch. On your primary Switch, anyone can play any game that you download, either online or offline. On any other Switch, you have to be logged into your account, and the system has to check your license for the game online.

In other words, the easiest way to share Switch games with your family is to choose one person as the game buyer, then designate a shared console as his or her "primary" Switch. This won't let you share every single game you own across every single Switch console in the house. But it's considerably better than not sharing your games at all.

(Technically speaking, you can log into your account on any number of Switches and try to share games that way. But that's also a great way to turn your cloud saves into a mess and get kicked out of games constantly. I wouldn't recommend it, unless you can coordinate your family's gaming schedule to an uncanny degree.)

First things first: You'll have to choose a Switch as your primary console. My recommendation would be "whichever Switch is currently docked at a shared TV," but you know your family better than I do. Once you set your primary console, un-setting it is a bit of a pain, so choose carefully.

If the message reads, "This console is registered as your primary console," you're essentially done. Just download whatever games you want to share, and anyone with access to this console can play them, either online or offline, on your account or their own.

Looking for more Switch-related tutorials? Here's how to check your hours played on Nintendo Switch, how to reset a Nintendo Switch and how to appear offline on Nintendo Switch. And don't forget to also browse through our list of the best Nintendo Switch games. We also have tutorials for other platforms, so consider starting with our guide on how to take a screenshot on the Steam Deck.

As the family manager, or an appointed parent or guardian, you can decide how much your child is allowed to spend each month. By default, the monthly spending limit is set to 0. If your child is going to buy content on their account, be sure to change this setting. 041b061a72


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