Cards Against Humanity: For horrible people only!


Cards Against Humanity - Horrible People Only

Summary

Throw social norms out the window and embrace the absurdity of it all

Players: 4-30 players

Gametime: 30-45 minutes

Gameplay

Set up the game

  • Gather your friends and sit in a circle around a table.
  • One player shuffles the black “question” cards and another player shuffles the white “answer” cards.
  • Each player starts with ten white cards, which will serve as their hand for the game.

Start the round

  • To begin the round, one player draws a black “question” card from the deck and reads it out loud.
  • All other players then select one white “answer” card from their hand to submit anonymously. They place the selected card face down on the table.

Reveal the cards and judge

  • Once all players have submitted their white cards, the player who drew the black card shuffles and reads each submitted answer card aloud, one by one.
  • This player then selects their favorite answer card as the funniest or most fitting response to the question.

Award points

  • The player whose white card was chosen by the card czar (the player who drew the black card) earns one “Awesome Point.”
  • The role of the card czar rotates to the next player, and a new round begins with a different player drawing a black “question” card.

End the game

  • Continue playing rounds, with players drawing black cards and taking turns as the card czar, until you decide to end the game.
  • The player with the most “Awesome Points” at the end of the game wins!

Here is a video from Jeff Kornberg teaching us how to play Cards Against Humanity

Review

If laughter is the best medicine, consider this game a pharmacy of hilarity that will leave you in stitches, both from laughter and a dash of guilt!

Imagine a game where the goal is to come up with the most outrageous, inappropriate, and downright bizarre combinations of cards possible. It’s like a comedy show where the punchlines are as dark as a black hole, and political correctness is thrown out the window. From the moment you start playing, you’ll quickly realize that this game is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. It’s like a roller coaster ride through a carnival of twisted thoughts, where nothing is off-limits and everything is fair game. If you’ve ever wanted to test the limits of your sense of humor, consider Cards Against Humanity the ultimate litmus test. The cards themselves are like a treasure trove of comedic gold, filled with pop culture references, puns, and enough irreverent humor to make even the most stoic grandma crack a smile. It’s a game where you can finally let loose and embrace your inner weirdo, because in this world, the weirder, the better!┬áThe game doesn’t rely on cheap shock value. It’s clever, witty, and surprisingly engaging, as you compete to come up with the most side-splitting combinations of cards. It’s a reminder that humor is subjective, and in this game, there’s a perfect match for every twisted mind.

Difficulty: Easy

Likeness: 71%

Purchase

You can purchase Cards Against Humanity on Amazon here