I’ve been wanting the Cards Against Humanity card game, and I got it for Christmas (thanks, Trevor)! After going to two different church services on Christmas Eve, I played it with my brother, sister-in-law, my mom and my kids. My mom won! And my youngest daughter (17) got second, oy! Good thing we went to church first!
Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Each round, one player asks a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card.
So I tell people it’s basically like the game Apples to Apples, but with adult content. Since telling people about it, others have asked where they can find the game, too. It’s hard to find because it’s not available in stores (probably because it’s a bit risque). And right now, the only places online you can find it for sale is directly from CardsAgainstHumanity.com and Amazon (which is actually fulfilled by Cards Against Humanity, LLC).
The price is same at both places ($25), but if you have Amazon Prime, you can get the game with free 2-day shipping.
The original game comes with 550 total cards, and I think we used 2/3 of them on our first game, so I want to get some expansion packs. They each have 100 cards and are $10 each:
- Cards Against Humanity First Expansion
- Cards Against Humanity Second Expansion
- Cards Against Humanity Third Expansion
- Cards Against Humanity Fourth Expansion
- Cards Against Humanity Fifth Expansion
- Cards Against Humanity Sixth Expansion
You can even buy The Bigger Blacker Box ($15) that is an empty storage case to hold all your cards together. Rumor has it that it has a surprise card hidden in the lid of the box.
Have you played Cards Against Humanity? What are your thoughts?