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‘Cards Against Humanity’ Is Now Free To Play Online With Your Horrible Friends
By Mikelle Leow, 30 Mar 2020
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You don’t have to play Cards Against Humanity around a desk anymore. The popular game for “horrible people” is now available online, so you can get together with your smuttiest friends again while practicing social responsibility.
The game can now be accessed on PlayingCards.io, where you’ll be given a “virtual tabletop” to play the politically-incorrect game with up to five other players in real time.
Just like the real-life Cards Against Humanity, a judge first draws a question card in the online variation, and everyone else will have to look at their cards and pick the most suitable—or, more specifically, ridiculous—answer to that query.
To launch the virtual version, you’ll just have to start a game and send the invite link to your peers. If you miss that face-to-face interaction, there’s also the option to begin a video chat during the game.
It’s an apt game for these highly inappropriate times.
In a similar vein, you can also watch Netflix in real time with your friends through this ‘Netflix Party’ plugin.
[via NME, cover image via Shutterstock]
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