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
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Ever wondered what a grown-up version of Apples to Apples would look like? Well, Cards Against Humanity is the perfect response to that desire.
This game is so much fun. I played it with 3 generations family last weekend. I’ve been fearful of us drifting apart. Usually the adult nephews are bored and ready to bolt. Everybody has to be “someplace.” I had reservations about playing this game w my mom and her grandsons so I pulled maybe 30 of the most “horrible” cards but after about 20 min I started shuffling them in. We as a family haven’t laughed and enjoyed each others’ company in a VERY long time. After 2 hours flashed past more than one face hurt from laughing.
LOVE this game!!!!! I originally bought this as a Christmas gift, but our plans fell thru and we didnt see the person whom it was intended for. I debated on returning it, but I am SOOO glad I didnt!! We had a small get together with a couple of friends and this game was a huge hit, I cant remember the last time I laughed so hard. I am looking forward to purchasing the expansion packs, as everyone had so much fun we now have a once a week game night.
I was not 100% sure I wanted to get this for my 16 year old daughter to have to play with her teenage friends at her birthday. I did get it and I hung around while they were playing the game,girls and guys all about 16 yrs.old, very interesting,very mature conversations came from some of the cards.My husband and I actually have fun playing this game with my 2 teenage daughters. You may surprised to learn a few things that your kids know,that you did not realize..you can have fun and learn a few things about your kids,actually leaves a lot of room for discussions with your kids.Some of the cards are rather disgusting,so you may want to take those out of the set.
It’s fairly common knowledge that this game is very offensive. So if you’re easily offended, it’s a no brainier that this is not the game for you. Lots of sexual cards, a bit of Holocaust ‘humor’ cards, and there are even a card or two in there mentioning pedophilia. My husband has a pretty obscene sense of humor, but even we had to take out some cards (mostly the pedophilia cards, and he doesn’t like the ones mocking God or Jesus.) The game is amazing, though, so it’s not really a big deal at all to toss 5 or 6 cards that go to far for us. There are PLENTY more to chose from that are still ridiculous and entertaining, especially if you go into the expansion packs.
I’ve been hearing so much about this game, and I love opportunities to do things together with a good group of people. So, I finally decided to buy this game. It was everything I hoped and more! The rules are fairly simple, and it didn’t take long for the group of us to understand the premise of the game and then to truly embrace it. The game doesn’t tell you when a person has, “won” so we decided after playing for over an hour that we should stop when someone reached 10 points. We had a small group this time, just four of us. And because it was our first time, we didn’t use any of the recommended variations to the game. And I don’t currently have any of the many expansion packs. The rules are simple, find the best (or worst possible) words to fill in the blank for a phrase, or to answer a question. The power to decide who provided the best answer is in the hands of one person and it rotates each turn. There are lots of possible answers, and a decent amount of “questions” which is where I think all of the expansion decks must come in handy. The cards are the same stock as a good set of playing cards. So, that makes shuffling them fairly easy to do. In all, it was definitely worth the money and I can’t wait to play again. We even had a laugh over the inspection tag that was located in the box. It’s NOT your standard tag. I’m already planning a get together so I can get friends together to play. I paid full price for this game, and did not receive any discount. These are my unbiased opinions.
This is not a review about playing Cards Against Humanity, it’s a review of the fallout endured from playing Cards Against Humanity. Take it as a warning, if you will.
This is the best game I have ever played!