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. Here at Beserk, we love to celebrate everyone, even our dark humoured, sick-minded, cold-hearted friends!
The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and all the other players answer with their funniest white card, revealing their horrible and disturbingly dark sense of humour. The player who asked the question then selects which response she or he thinks is the funniest, the most accurate, the most downright awkward and perturbing answer. The easy to play card game has been described as "Bad" (NPR), "Hysterical" (Time Magazine), "Good" (Daniel Radcliffe), "Unforgivable" (The Economist), and near-infinite more mono-syllabic reviews from informed and credited institutions all over the world.
It is absurd in its nature, and addictive to play, especially at parties and events where things are likely to get a little out of control and smutty! The game has produced and released numerous expansions and bonus cards, and the developers have encouraged people to make up their own versions of the questions, so players can really personalise their CAH experience.
You have been officially warned. You will be offended.