Cards Against Humanity
Cards Against Humanity is a "game for horrible people" as noted on the box. If you're looking for an awkward game to play with your family members at your next holiday get together, then you need Cards Against Humanity.
How To Play Cards Against Humanity
The rules of the game are simple. Similar to Apples to Apples, each player starts with 10 cards. One player starts as the dealer and picks one black card.
Each other player must submit one white card to the dealer. The dealer then picks the winner and that player receives the black card. Some black card questions require two or three answers cards per hand.
The winner of Cards Against Humanity is the one with the most black cards when you give up or the entire deck has been used.
What's In The Box?
The Cards Against Humanity standard deck include 550 cards, 460 white answer cards and 90 black question cards. The standard Cards Against Humanity deck offers over 13 duodecillion possible rounds (10^40) with 6 players.
If you're looking for additional crude answers, there are 5 Cards Against Humanity expansion sets available. Each expansion set contains 100 new cards: 80 white answer cards and 20 black question cards. The pack also includes 12 bonus blank cards (8 white and 4 black) for using your own creativity to fill in your own unique answer.
1st Expansion Pack: $10 here
2nd Expansion Pack: $10 here
3rd Expansion Pack: $10 here
4th Expansion Pack: $10 here
5th Expansion Pack: $10 here