Cards Against Humanity: First Expansion
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- 100 NEW cards (80 White cards and 20 Black cards)
- 12 bonus blank cards (8 blank White cards and 4 blank Black cards)
- Professionally printed on premium playing cards (100% compatible with Cards Against Humanity)
- Now with 40% more brand synergy.
- Lovingly crafted by the tiny hands of heartwarming orphans.
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The first official expansion for Cards Against Humanity, featuring 80 brand-new white cards, 20 brand-new black cards, and, for the first time, blank cards which will allow you to seamlessly add your own inside jokes to the game.
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This game doesn't even require alcohol to be funny but adding alcohol only increases the horribleness :)
This case: holds the original pack, 6 expansions & 3 special edition expansions with a little more room to add. Plus you'll be asked to bring this game to every get together from now on so might as well keep those cards easy to carry.
If you found the initial game interesting, this one will feel even better. The designers removed the hugely controversial phrases, especially those that seemed to glorify a rape culture, but did retain many violence based punchlines. But anyway, isn’t such phrases what makes this game interesting? Well, as many reviewers of the first expansion have noted, you and your friends will be in for more fun and humor if you buy and use the cards as they are arranged. The jokes get stranger as you move on, and in the end you are left with 12 blank cards that you and your friends can use to add your own weird jokes.
With the initial cards against humanity game, you could find flaws in every angle, but all those flaws were connected to the fact that this game had a low re-playability rate. The cards were specific in number, and once you tried all of them, the game began to get boring. Its nature and setting that makes this game very passive would also reduce its re-playability interest rate to many people, but not until now when there are more than 500 black and white cards to play with. After all, if you really liked the first game, your biggest expectation was probably to see more strange phrases and funny questions to work with. Now you’ve got them, and you and your weird friends can drink and have fun making jokes about serious topics in life.
If you're the type who is easily offended by crude, raunchy, sexually graphic, etc. types of humor, then this game probably isn't for you.
It's very simple to play and can be picked up and understood by the dimmest and drunkest of your friends. It's very flexible as well. You can pretty much play it for as long or as short a time as you feel like, so no need to worry about having enough time to play. Rules can be created, added or altered to suit your play style or time restraints. We usually just play until most of us have passed out.
Keep in mind, if you're in a pinch for funds, the cards are always available to download for printing from the official site, free of charge.