Cards Against Humanity is a table top card game that provides players with inappropriate answers to tasteless questions.
This game has been a “Top Seller” in the games category in Amazon for last few years. with over 25,000 customer reviews.
Cards Against Humanity comes with 550 cards, 460 response cards and 90 questionnaire or situation cards, that are slanted in such a way that almost every combination will give you a politically incorrect and hopefully humorous response.
You can also play Cards Against Humanity Online. ( Links are at the bottom of my review). The online game doesn’t let you have the same interaction as with the Cards of Humanity table top game does, but it is listed below.
Card Against Humanity game that’s definitely not your typical family orientated game, as it contains, what many may conclude as offensive language, phrases, and jokes, that you will not want the kiddies to repeat at school tomorrow. Unless you really want that parent/teacher conference.
Cards Against Humanity game is not for people who are easily offended. It may be likened to a type of Apples to Apples for adults. But that is the nature of this game, the apparent rudeness, maybe this is what draws so many people to the game.
It is the type of game that is meant to be played with family or very close friends in a private setting, and I doubt it would translate well to a public setting with strangers. As I said earlier, this game provides tasteless answers to inappropriate questions and is very politically incorrect.
When playing this game I would feel like I was an Archie Bunker, type of character from “All in the Family”. We enjoyed that show because of the statements and offences he spoke. It was his nature and he offend all ‘peoples’ equally. I wonder how well a show like that would play now days with all our political correctness run-a-muck. Maybe that is what makes this game so popular and hard to find.
Cards Against Humanity can only be purchased from three online store’s that I know of, Amazon, Ebay, and the Cards Against Humanity website.
I heard of people trying to buy cards against humanity in stores, like Target or Walmart. but I personally have not been able to find it there.
Those of us who like Cards Against Humanity walk away from this game thinking about how much we laughed and not so much the rudeness of the cards. This is the passion that builds word of mouth much faster than any advertising could ever do. People go and tell their friends and get them involved. It is a lot of fun.