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If you have limits this is not the game for you ;)
By Skye Carpenter on February 7, 2015
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Absolutely! but you may want to cut down your cards to 5 per player instead of 10 to make it last longer. definitely the more people the funnier it is!
By Marie Taylor on September 20, 2013
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The expansion packs give you a bit more variety. There are tons more cards to use, but also they are a bit more tame compared to the original game, or at least in my group of players. There are still a few cards that stand out, but over all, they are a bit on the mild side by comparison.
By Nikki Wlls on February 4, 2014
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Yes. If I recall correctly, the number of the expansion (e.g. first expansion = 1) is displayed on the front of the card to identify it, but not on the back so as to allow interchangeability without cluing that the cards are different.
By David M. on November 6, 2013
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Cards Against Humanity is like the adult versions of Apples to Apples. One player will pull a black card. It will either ask a question or a fill in the blank. The other players will have 10 white cards and they choose an answer (some black cards will require multiple white cards). The player who chose the black card d… see more Cards Against Humanity is like the adult versions of Apples to Apples. One player will pull a black card. It will either ask a question or a fill in the blank. The other players will have 10 white cards and they choose an answer (some black cards will require multiple white cards). The player who chose the black card decides who wins the hand. It's a game where you need to know the other players. To put the right answer down. There are multiple different ways to play it. But that is the primary way to play it. The original box comes with a packet with different ways to play it. Look up videos on YouTube to learn more (Smosh Games, PewDiePie, etc have funny videos on the game). see less
By Mr. Avenger on November 3, 2014
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Yeah you can do it. It just won't come with instructions but its pretty simple and I'm sure you could find them online.
By David on November 7, 2014
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Yes! You can also download the game for free from the website but then you have to print out at kinkos, staples ie office max. It will cost about 7 bucks, but the cards are much smaller. I cut them out with my paper cutter rather than paying to have them cut. Hope this helps.
By Amazon Customer on December 28, 2013
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I don't think it matters what order you buy them in, They are just extra cards to include in the game!
By Trisha Gallegos on December 15, 2014
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No, but they sell the bigger blacker box that does and comes with a few extras with it. https://www.biggerblackerbox.com/
By D. Ly on October 25, 2013
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Its just a picture
By Cody on June 11, 2015