Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Unlike most of the party games you've played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.
The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card. The player who reads the black card decides who has the funniest answer and they win the round!
There really are some shocking and awkward combinations in Cards Against Humanity and loads of extra rules you can add to play if you wish.
Please Note: This is the UK Version on the game.
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Are you and your friends horrible people? Well then this is the game for you. The aim of the game is to offend everyone and make the judge laugh to win all the points and become the worst people at the table. The game is alot of fun, but you will get bored of just the base game and need to expand what you have. Thankfully there are plenty of spin offs and unofficial versions out there to keep you laughing.
This is a great party game that helps you learn and discover who twisted and messed up for friends are really fast but you love every second of it. It's not a game for the easily offended but if you feel like a quick easy to teach party game that might offend you at times this one is for you.
This is such a great game to play with your friends and even those in your family who are fine with a bit of crude humor. A game of Cards Against Humanity can last for hours without getting boring, so it is perfect for a party or just for a bit of fun.
I have played this game half a dozen times with different friends and everyone has really enjoyed it, however in terms of the base game I feel as though I have heard most of the best combinations and would now need to go out and get expansions to continue playing. Also note that this is the British version which is noted above but I overlooked. For the most part the British version is fine but some of the references are not understood by everyone in Australia. Also the price is not the best I have seen online.
Everyone has to try this at least once. I've seen some unexpected people really get into it. When I first played it, our group played through the entire deck in one sitting, we just couldn't stop it was so much fun! But this actually killed the game in a way because a lot of the humour comes from the shock factor of not knowing the cards. So subsequent plays weren't nearly as good. My advice would be not to play it too often to avoid this. Still, it can be raucous fun in the right company, and can teach you some interesting things about other people's sense of humour!
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