Forget About Self-Improvement, Because You Can Play Cards Against Humanity Online

Alex Landon Alex Landon - Editor

Cards Against Humanity

I’m sorry, were you planning on using this time to become a better person?

Plenty of us might be using lockdown to embark upon a journey of self-improvement, whether that be learning some crafty new skill, getting really into yoga, or building the greatest blanket fort ever known to humankind. Here to undo all that self-improvement, however, is an online version of Cards Against Humanity, which now allows you to be a terrible person without leaving the comfort of your own home.

Yes, what better way to connect with, and subsequently offend, your friends? Hosted on the Playing Cards website, it works in the same way as the regular game does. Except instead of being sat round a table with a few drinks, you’ll be hunched over a laptop, deviously dreaming up the most outrageous statements and scenarios possible.

All you need to do is set up a virtual room which your pals can join, and then you’re off to the races. Plus, to capture the verisimilitude of a true game of Cards Against Humanity, you can set up a video chat to see how your most twisted creations land. The wonders of the Internet, eh?

You can set up your own game here.

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