If Hedbanz is a game for you and your kids, then Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Or as Thrillist describes it’s “The game your party deserves.”
What is Cards Against Humanity?
According to Wikipedia, I quote: “Cards Against Humanity is a multiplayer party game currently available as a free download or a published hardcopy. The game is available under a Creative Commons license. Its title references the phrase “crimes against humanity”, reflecting its politically incorrect content”.
How to Play Cards Against Humanity?
The game itself is easy to play, though its name is Cards Against Humanity! There’re 550 cards altogether (460 White cards and 90 Black cards).
To start to the game, each player draws ten white “answer” cards. One randomly chosen player begins as the Card Czar, and plays a black “question” card. The Card Czar reads the question out to the group. People playing have these white cards in their hands and play what they feel is the funniest/best fit for that question. The Card Czar shuffles all of the answers, reads them out loud in a humorous fashion, and picks the funniest or best fit for that question. The owner of that card wins the round.
Unlike other games, the purpose of this game is not actually to win. The fun lies in the ridiculous combinations that you can make. Don’t worry because the cards are designed in such a way that it was almost impossible to not come up with a good example.
The Cons of Cards Against Humanity?
First, the cards may seem a little bit small and you may find it’s not easy to hold them. Secondly, like said at the beginning of this post, the content of this game is intended for parties and adults. It’s not a game for children under 17. In addition, you don’t want to play the game with people who are serious. After all it’s a game for fun. Buy Cards Against Humanity at Amazon, enjoy the game.