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What is Cards Against Humanity? 🧐

Cards Against Humanity is a simple card game for parties. The Cards Against Humanity websites states, that it is a party game for horrible people. But mostly, it’s really a fun game to have a great evening with your friends.

What do you need to play Cards Against Humanity? ✅

  • One set of Cards Against Humanity playing cards
  • A couple of friends (we recommend at least 3-4 players)

If you don’t own a set of Cards Against Humanity, you can also print them at home. You can download the PDF here: Cards Against Humanity PDF

How to play Cards Against Humanity? 🤓

The card game contains two staples of cards. One staple are the white cards, and the other staple contains all black cards.

The Basic Rules

To start the game, each player draws ten white cards.

The person who most recently pooped begins as the Card Czar and plays a black card. The Card Czar reads the question or fill-in-the-blank phrase on the black card out loud.

Everyone else answers the question or fills in the blank by passing one white card, face down, to the Card Czar.

The Card Czar shuffles all of the answers and shares each card combination with the group. For full effect, the Card Czar should usually re-read the black card before presenting each answer. The Card Czar then picks the funniest play, and whoever submitted it gets one Awesome Point.

After the round, a new player becomes the Card Czar, and everyone draws back up to ten white cards.

Pick 2

Some cards say PICK 2 on the bottom.

To answer these, each player plays two white cards in combination. Play them in the order that the Card Czar should read them - the order matters.

If the Card Czar has lobster claws for hands, you can use paperclips to secure the cards in the right order.

Gambling

If a black card is played and you have more then one white card that you think could win, you can bet one of your Awesome Points to play and additional white card.

If you win, you keep your point. If you lose, whoever won the round gets the point you wagered.


House Rules

Cards Against Humanity is meant to be remixed. Here are some of our favorite ways to pimp out the rules:

Happy Ending:

When you’re ready to stop playing, play the “Make a Haiku” black card to end the game. This is the official ceremonial ending of a good game of Cards Against Humanity, and this card should be reserved for the end.

Note: Haikus don’t need to follow the 5-7-5 form. They just have to be read dramatically.

Reboot the Universe:

At any time, players may trade in Awesome Points to return as many white cards as they’re like to the deck and draw back up to ten.

Packing Heat:

For Pick 2s, all players draw and extra card before playing the hand to open up more options.

Rando Cardrissian:

Every round, pick one random white card from the pile and place it into play. This card belongs to the imaginary player named Rando Cardrissian, and if he wins the game, all players go home in a state of everlasting shame.

God Is Dead:

Play without a Card Czar. Each player picks his or her favorite card each round. The card with the most votes wins the round.

Survival of the Fittest

After everyone hast answered the question, players take turns eliminating one card each. The last remaining card is declared the funniest.

Serious Business

Instead of picking a favorite card each round, the Card Czar ranks the top three in order. The best card gets 3 Awesome Points, the second-best gets 2, and the third 1. Keep a running tally of the score, and at the end of the game, the winner is declared the funniest, mathematically speaking.

Never Have I ever

At any time, players may discard cards that they don’t understand, but they must confess their ignorance to the group and suffer resulting humililation.

If you looking for naughty and awkward Never have I ever statements, have a look here: Never have I ever Questions

Play Cards Against Humanity for free.

Everyone is allowed to print your own deck of this incredible fun card game at home.

Download Cards Against Humanity card template:

Here you can download the print@home version of Cards Against Humanity: Cards Against Humanity PDF


More translations and languages for Cards Against Humanity

If you don’t want to play the game in english or if you’re more comfortable playing in your native language, you can get Cards Against Humanity in multiple translations:


Spanish version of Cards Against Humanity

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French version of Cards Against Humanity

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Hebrew version of Cards Against Humanity

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Pirate version of Cards Against Humanity

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Estonian version of Cards Against Humanity

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Portuguese version of Cards Against Humanity

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Italian version of Cards Against Humanity

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German version of Cards Against Humanity

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Danish version of Cards Against Humanity

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Dutch version of Cards Against Humanity

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Polish version of Cards Against Humanity

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Catalan version of Cards Against Humanity

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Finnish version of Cards Against Humanity

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Greek version of Cards Against Humanity

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Magyar version of Cards Against Humanity

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Norwegian version of Cards Against Humanity

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Russian version of Cards Against Humanity

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Slovak version of Cards Against Humanity

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Swedish version of Cards Against Humanity

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Who created Cards Against Humanity?

Cards Against Humanity was created by a group of eight Highland Park High School alumni, including Ben Hantoot and Max Temkin. Heavily influenced by the popular Apples to Apples card game, it was initially named Cardenfreude (a pun on Schadenfreude) and involved a group of players writing out the most abstract and, often, humorous response to the topic question. The name was later changed to Cards Against Humanity, with the answers pre-written on the white cards known today. Co-creator Ben Hantoot cited experiences with various games such as Magic: The Gathering, Balderdash, and Charades as inspiration, also noting that Mad Libs was “the most direct influence” for the game.

Source: Wikipedia

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Cards Against Humanity

Cards Against Humanity will definitely spice up your next party. Based on how complex, how easy it is to play and how drunk you will get, we give it 5 out of 5 stars. We hope you enjoy Cards Against Humanity as much as we do!

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