|Because horrible people like parties too.|
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- Cards Against Humanity may well be the easiest-to-learn game we've ever played. One player poses a question, the other players answer it. There really is nothing more to learn, so absolutely anyone with a dark sense of humour can play.
- The game is absolutely hilarious to play, and is one which you genuinely don't mind losing. Of course it's nice to win, but Cards Against Humanity is more about laughing at the card combinations rather than fighting tooth and nail for points, which does make it a perfect party game.
- Nicolas Cage.
- Due to the way it plays, Cards Against Humanity does need a minimum of 4 players to function smoothly, so really is more of a party game than a regular games night game (unless your games nights do actually feature 4+ people, in which case you're sorted!)
- We should mention the overall politically incorrect tone of the game; anyone easily offended will not enjoy playing. However, on account of the warning at the top of the page, those people should have stopped reading by now, and so this point is no longer valid.