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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This is not a game for children of any age as it clearly says on the box that it is for players 17 years and over. It is not a game for those that are offended by anything as it is crude and sometimes disgusting. That being said, for those that do not mind the possibly offensive answers, this is, for the right group of people, extremely funny and enjoyable. I have to disagree with a previous reviewer, the whole point of the game is to be creative in using a response that the person judging will find funny. Putting any old answer will not cut it. Another point is that you can adjust how many points are needed to win, so that you can make the game shorter or longer as you please. Of course a little luck is part of the game, in that you can only play the cards that you hold, and they will not always fit the question asked. This sometimes requires a "throwaway" in the hope that a better question comes up, or your replacement "answer card" is a better one. Surprisingly, what you may consider a "throwaway" may be judged to be the funniest response. I find that most card/board games rely on luck in a similar manner. Just remember, you can be creative and crass at the same time!
Cards against humanity is a party game, where the active player will draw a card from the black deck. This deck contains cards that will ask a question. Then other players will select a card from their hand (this cards have answers on them) that they think will be the funniest way to answer the question. The active player will then select which answer they think is funniest and the player will win that turn. This continues until one gets enough points to win the game. The game can be quite fun, but the humor in the game is very crude (I found some cards funny but most just wasn't to my taste), definitely not for younger kids. Also, the game really does just drag on for too long in my experience.
This is a fun little casual game, but the point-scoring system makes the game drag on for just a little too long. Curiously, there can be a fair amount of luck in getting words that grammatically fill the gaps. And the game does pretty much work on just being as crass as possible. So it's not a game that really brings out anyone's creative thinking either
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