Cards Against Humanity

July 3, 2013 - Comment

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

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.



Reviews of Cards Against Humanity:



“Pretty amazing.” – The Onion AV Club


“An incredible game.” – Mike “Gabe” Krahulik, Penny Arcade


“Uncontrollable laughter.” – Kill Screen Magazine


“The game your party deserves.” – Thrillist


“A game.” – The Daily Beast

Product Features

  • 550 cards (460 White cards and 90 Black cards)
  • Over 13 duodecillion possible rounds (10^40) with 6 players
  • Professionally printed on premium playing cards
  • Includes game rules and alternate rules, shrink-wrapped in a custom box
  • 0% of the proceeds will be donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation

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Jill "Jill" says:

Don’t pay over original list price I wanted this game, but it was sold out and 3rd party sellers were charging $70-$100 for what is usually a $25 dollar game. DON”T DO IT. You don’t have to go without! Go to the manufacturers website. There is a version on PDF you can print at home or take to a printer and have your own temporary or trial version for $10. I did this yesterday, and my friends and I played last night. It was great fun! I still plan to buy a full version when they are available again at normal pricing, but I couldn’t wait to try it out. You can also print a copy and give it as a gift with a little note saying the full version is coming. STILL it’ll cost you less than folding and buying from a reseller. This is a Creative Commons game, and IMHO ripping people off is against the whole idea of Creative Commons.

Christopher Weed says:

I have played with over a hundred people, everyone has enjoyed it This is not just an apples to apples deck filled with anne frank cards. The basic structure of the game is the same as Apples to Apples, but there’s so much more to it. I’ve played wiith a bunch of distinct groups of people… a lot of whom start the game by ranting their hatred for apples to apples. But once we start everyone wants to play until they run out of cards. This includes the game I played with my family and my 80 year old grandmother (although explaining some of the cards to her was definitely awkward).There’s a real art in how the question and answer cards fit together. It honestly feels like you’re all sitting around telling jokes. At a certain point the game comes alive and as you play various rounds the humor of the group you’re in seeps into the game. It feels creative. So yes the mechanic is basically ripped from apples, but they’ve taken it and truly made something new out of it. You and your friends will love this game.

Louis Silverman says:

Better than some game about Apples. I was one of the Kickstarter benefactors for this game, and I do not regret it one bit. This game has brought hours of entertainment to myself and guests and I have subsequently purchased additional copies as gifts for friends and family.Basically, this is Apples-To-Apples’ sick twisted cousin who obviously has a lot more fun in life. I would recommend this game only be purchased for adults, as there are many cards which I doubt a parent would want to explain to their children.Overall, I thoroughly recommend this game.

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