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How many people Can you play cards against humanity?

Four players: You need at least four players to play Cards Against Humanity. There's no upper limit to how many people can play, but it's most fun with 6–8 players.

Can you play cards against humanity with just the green box?

Yes, Green box is an expansion set and it comes with both black and white cards.

How cards against humanity started?

"Eight high-school friends who created a profane, hilarious game are all grown up and have a thriving business. It has grossed millions. Only none of its creators is quitting his day job. The campaign started on December 1, 2010; it met its goal of $4,000 in two weeks. The campaign ended on January 30, 2011, and raised over $15,000; just under 400% of its original goal. With this additional money raised towards the game, the creators added fifty more cards to the game itself.
Designers: Josh Dillon; Daniel Dranove; Eli H...
Cards: 550 (1.0), 600 (2.0) (base set)
Publisher: Cards Against Humanity LLC
Playing time: 30 min – 90 min"

How does cards against humanity work?

To start the game, each player draws ten white cards. "Each round, one player asks a question from a black card, and everyone else answers with their funniest white card." Full rules can be found here

Is cards against humanity expansions worth it? 

The expansions are definitely worth it, in my opinion, simply for the variety, they offer. The base game will be plenty for new players, at least for a while. After some period of time, you'll want to pick up at least one or two expansions in order to breathe some new life into the game. If you have dark humor and found your existing CAH cards a bit too tame then I recommend give Guards Against Insanity a shot.

When was Cards Against Humanity made/created/invented?

"The campaign started on December 1, 2010;
Designers: Josh Dillon; Daniel Dranove; Eli H...
Publisher: Cards Against Humanity LLC"

Which Cards Against Humanity expansion is the dirtiest?

The Absurd Box is an expansion to Cards Against Humanity. It contains 300 of the weirdest cards we've ever written (255 white and 45 black) However, if you really have a dark sense of humor and CAH cards aren't dark enough for you, then I recommend giving Guards Against Insanity a shot. Guards Against Insanity is a dirty third-party expansion for CAH.

Which Cards Against Humanity expansion pack is best?

I would say the Green Box is the best. it comes with 300 totally new cards to mix into your game (245 white and 55 black) However, if you are after darker content then you should try a third-party expansion such as Guards Against Insanity.

Why Cards Against Humanity is a bad game?

It depends on the kid but in my opinion, it is fine for almost anyone over 13. If they are allowed to watch cable then they have most likely heard it all before. The harshness of the game is set by the players so if it is all 14-year-olds then it will roll off with 14-year-old humor.

Why Cards Against Humanity is the best?

If you don't know about how Cards Against Humanity works, it's pretty simple. It's also a game that continues for as long as you like and, potentially, even in the way you would like. This is the good bit about it. ... Drawing your first few white cards, you already know the direction this game wants you to go.

Can you play Cards Against Humanity online for free?

Yes, you can. There are three options for you to play Cards Against Humanity online for free. You can either play with an online community or with a group of friends. Here are your options...

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