The Cards Against Humanity board game master page. A complete guide. Review, how to play, editorial, useful links, similar games, FAQ, interesting facts and so much more. Cards Against Humanity has quickly established itself as the top adult party game out there. Player take turns judging what accounts to a very dirty mad libs.
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- Game Info
- Photo Gallery
- How To Play
- Similar Games
- Interesting Facts
- Useful Links
- Editorial Articles
- People Also Enjoyed
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CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY GAME INFO
|4 – 30 Players
|Party – Submit & Judge
|Josh Dillon, Daniel Dranove, Eli Halpern, Ben Hantoot, David Munk, David Pinsof, Max Temkin, Eliot Weinstein
|Cards Against Humanity Publishing
CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY PHOTO GALLERY
CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY OVERVIEW
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.
CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY REVIEW
7.8 out of 10
In the Adult Party Game genre, Cards Against Humanity is #1. If you have 6+ people, whether it is your family or friends, play this game at least once. The jokes and stories that will fly will be priceless. Whether old friends or new acquaintances, CAH is set up to get things flowing. This one doesn’t have a ton of longevity, but you will get your money’s worth.
CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY HOW TO PLAY
Cards Against Humanity is like making a dirty mad lib. There are black question cards and white answer cards. Each turn a “card czar” flips over a black card and all other players submit a white card from their hand. The Czar judges based on what combo they like best and a point is awarded. Very much like Cards Against Humanity in gameplay and in the target audience.
CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY SIMILAR GAMES
We thought about everything from gameplay to theme, intensity level to overall motivations, the quality and more to determine what are the five most similar board games to Cards Against Humanity. The quick recap of the list is below with the link to the descriptions and full article below it.
CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY INTERESTING FACTS
Cards Against Humanity originally started as a Kickstarter raising $15k (4x times its goal) and was a pioneer for what is now a major part of the board game economy.
There are numerous expansions to Cards Against Humanity including: Absurd Box, Red Box, Blue Box, Green Box, Ass Pack, 2000s Nostalgia Pack, Human Pack, AI Pack, Period Pack, Pride Pack, Theatre Pack, Saves America Pack, College Pack, Weed Pack, Food Pack, Dad Pack, Fantasy Pack, 90s Nostalgia Pack, World Wide Web Pack, Jew Pack, Geek Pack, Sci-Fi Pack, Design Pack, Science Pack, Yearly Holiday Packs and You Sh*ty Jokes Pack.
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CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY USEFUL LINKS
If it is a topic that has not yet been covered, you can most likely find more information here on your topic of choice. From official Cards Against Humanity useful links to very unofficial ones.
- Full List of Cards Against Humanity Expansions Ranked
- Cards Against Humanity Official Website
- Buy Cards Against Humanity on Amazon
CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY FAQ
Can Cards Against Humanity Be Played With Two Players?
Yes, there are ways to play the game with two people. The best way is with phantom cards. Sine only one player is submitting cards, add it random “phantom” cards from the deck. If the real player’s card is picked they get the point and if a phantom card is picked, they do not.
How Much Did Cards Against Humanity Make On Kickstarter?
758 backers pledged $15,570 to help bring this project to life. This was a big deal in December of 2012, making 4x times its initial goal.
How Many Cards Against Humanity Expansions Are There?
There are 4x boxes (300 new cards) and 24x packs (50 new cards).
Is Cards Against Humanity Dirty?
Yes, very, but there is a more family-friendly version available.
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