The famous card game Cards Against Humanity has now gone online, but unofficial
Cards Against Humanity?in case you didn?t know?is the perfect party card game for you and your friends. As said on their official web page, it ?is a party game for horrible people.?
The rule of the game is pretty simple and straight forward. One player will pick a black card that holds the question while the others, they will answer that question by giving a white card to the judge (the player who asked). The player with the most outrageous answer will win the round. However, to make it more interesting, the white cards are already printed out, meaning that you can?t make up your own answer. So, you must pick from the ones that you already have in your hand and decide which one is the funniest and the most horrible answer of them all.
Some answers may be offensive, nasty or just plain awkward so people who are easily offended will definitely hate this game.
Cards Against Humanity the online version, Cards Against Originality
The game is fun to play when you are drinking with your friends but did you know that, CAH now has an unofficial online version? Yes and it is called Cards Against Originality.
According to the report from gamespot, you can play the unofficial online game for free all thanks to its developer, Dawson Whitefield.
“It works on smartphones, tablets, and computers so even the guy stuck in ’99 can join in the fun,” Dawson Whitfield said [via gamespot]. Of course, since this is an online game, in order for you to join the game, you must first connect to an internet connection and go the website by clicking here.
To start a game, you must first press ?New Game? on the upper right part of the web page and you will be redirected to a new page. Once there, go to the upper left part of the page to invite other players. Copy the link and send it to your friends and that?s it!
It?s fun, entertaining and horrible, all-in-one pack!
Image source Wikimedia Commons
By tom_bullock (Cards Against Humanity) [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons