March 16

Cards Against Humanity Game: Free Download

Posted by on March 16, 2013 at 10:00 AM

Cards Against Humanity Game: Free Download

I wanted to let you guys know about a party game that I was given for my last birthday, Cards Against Humanity – a free party game for horrible people. They say, ” Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.” That was true for my family and I when we played it last week!

I am posting about this game as I have actually discovered that it is FREE – you can actually download a copy of the game to use yourself, under a creative commons license.

There are a couple of options if you actually want to play the game. You could grab the pdf from the above link, and just print out some low quality copies on plain white paper from your home printer. Or, you could pop out to a print shop (e.g. Staples) and get the set professionally printed – they say this should cost around $10, though you’d have to do your own price comparisons for this. Finally, you can buy the finished version in a pretty box set – this is what I was recently gifted. Sadly, the Canadian shopify store is sold out of it, but they’re due more stock in March.

As for the game itself, it’s seriously funny. One person reads out a question card, and the rest of the players have to select something funny from the cards in their hand. Some really weird and wonderful combinations come out… such as, “Question: What gives me terrible gas? Answer: Eating an albino.”

To be blunt – this game is not for the faint-hearted or easily offended. It’s VERY rude. There were some phrases and terms that we came across while playing Cards Against Humanity that I had to ask for a definition of. Some were pretty out there!

If you download or buy this game, please come back to Bargainmoose and let us know about it in the comments below!

(Expiry: never?)

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