Cards Against Humanity Free App

Mar 12, 2015

Category: Tech

Perhaps the hottest game to emerge in the last five years has been Cards Against Humanity. Even when the makers held a funny-but-real anti-sale for Black Friday 2013, raising the price by $5, the game still topped the Amazon charts. Now you can play it online for a real sale: free.

Canadian designer Dawson Whitfield has taken advantage of the game’s Creative Commons license to release Cards Against Originality, an online app that lets you play the raunchy card game at the supermarket, in your car, or buried under a pile of dirty clothes. Sure it uses a different name (it has to, legally) but Cards Against Originality plays just like CAH, with the original deck and all five expansion decks available. Just set up a game and send the invite to anyone who wants to play and laugh. [ViaPurchase]

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