The Humanity in Cards Against humanity | Gameosity
When it first released, my friends and I played the hell out of Cards Against Humanity (CAH). Many nights were spent literally falling out of chairs trying not to pee our selves with laughter at our friend's card-constructed humor. While I don't really play the game anymore, it cannot be denied that it is still a force to be reckoned with and not just because the game was fun. The company behind the game has taken the power of CAH's popularity and wields it like a battleaxe for (mostly) good. Back in 2010 Max Temkin and Ben Hantoot Kickstarted Cards Against Humanity It was the most basic of games; using the format of Apples to Apples, but inserting "adult" ideas and juvenile humor to produce a Madlibs kind of gameplay. CAH grew in popularity quickly as players laughed themselves silly crafting rude or surrealist jokes to amuse their friends. Even my own mother was stricken with the giggles when she first played and insisted we play through the entire deck (we had several expansions at