Let’s just cut to the chase and talk about the elephant in the room. Cards Against Humanity is a horrible, horrible, AWESOME game. This is not a game for people who are easily offended. This game will offend gender, race, creed, politics, etc… There’s a ton of foul language, suggestive themes, flat-out-spelled-out themes, and much more. That’s not to say there’s not some normal cards in there, but those aren’t really the point of the game now, are they?

Gameplay couldn’t be simpler. Everyone gets 10 white cards to start the game. Each turn someone takes the role of the Card Czar and draws a black card. Players choose a white card they think best fills in the blank, answers the question, or completes what’s on the black card. The Card Czar then chooses the best answer, and the player who’s answer that was gets the black card as an Awesome Point. Players then refresh back to 10 cards and play continues. There’s also a bunch of varient rules included with the game.

I really can’t sing the praise of this game any higher. My group recently broke this out and almost all died from a lack of oxygen because we were laughing so hard. Like I said before, the game isn’t for everyone, but it knows its audience incredibly well. Add in the expansions for more hilarity, or make some of your own cards using the blanks provided to further tailor the game to your group. The base set of the game is $25 and well worth the money. If you can’t afford that, the game is also available for print-and-play off their website.

Cards Against Humanity was provided free for review.