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Eight Sensible Gifts for Hanukkah from CAH

November 15th, 2015

Cards Against Humanity has announced this year’s holiday promotion, the Eight Sensible Gifts for Hanukkah.

For only $15 you’ll get 8 mystery gifts through the month of December. Simple and easy. They also claim this is the last time they’re doing a holiday promotion, so get in while you can…until, you know, they decided to do one next year anyway.

Cards Against Humanity release 3 new packs

March 31st, 2015

Three new sets are available for purchase now for Cards Against Humanity:

  • The Sixth Expansion – 75 white & 25 black cards.
  • Science Pack – A collaboration with Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal and Bad Astronomy, this set is science themed. All profits of this set are donated to the Science Ambassador Scholarship.
  • 2014 Holiday Pack – 24 white & 6 black cards. All profits donated to Sunlight.

Each set is $10, and can be purchased directly through the Cards Again Humanity site.

DeckEpic introduces personalized Cards Against Humanity Cards

February 5th, 2014

Personalized cards for Cards Against Humanity based off your own personal Facebook activity? Absolutely, sign me up!

Here comes DeckEpic, a free service that creates black and white cards for #CAH based on your Facebook profile. You get to pick the friends you want to include, or have the system pick them out for you. In the end you’ll be given a special, customized deck of cards to print out yourself OR to order for use either with Cards Against Humanity, or entirely on their own.

It’s simple, and quick and oh so amazing! Just head over to deckepic.com and click “See Your Deck.” Select which friends to include and a complete deck of cards will be generated for you. Once that’s done you can edit cards individually to suit your needs.

From there you can download them or order prints.

A deck of 108 cards will cost you $19.99 before tax and shipping;  a real steal for such an epic addition to this game.

Print out your very own Doctor Who version of Cards Against Humanity right now

January 22nd, 2014

 

Cards Against Humanity is the hilarious party game for horrible people, and now you can mix the game’s political incorrectness with your knowledge of Doctor Who thanks to a fan-made edition called Cards Against Gallifrey.

Print out the Doctor Who version of Cards Against Humanity right now

Because Cards Against Humanity is published under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike, anyone can make their own cards for the game, provided they publish them under the same license and don’t sell them. The comedy group Conventional Improv performs a game show based on Cards Against Humanity at different conventions, and this fall, in honor of the Doctor Who 50th anniversary, they played Cards Against Gallifrey and have made their version of the game available to the public. Naturally, it’s crude, offensive, and imagines most of the cast naked.

You can see the cards on imgur (a few samples are below) and download the entire deck through dropcanvas. You could even give them normal Cards Against Humanity backings and play them as part of your larger deck.

Print out the Doctor Who version of Cards Against Humanity right now

Print out the Doctor Who version of Cards Against Humanity right nowSExpand

Print out the Doctor Who version of Cards Against Humanity right now

Crabs Adjust Humidity starts presales on Volume 1 reprint and all-new Volume 2

October 15th, 2013

Vampire Squid Cards has opened presales on the reprinted Volume 1 in addition to launching an all-new Volume 2 of Crabs Adjust Humidity, the 3rd party expansion deck for Cards Against Humanity, .

After being out of stock for several months after the initial printing quickly sold out, the new cards are scheduled to ship on November 12.

Cards Against Humanity releases “The Bigger, Blacker Box”

October 10th, 2013

A play on a popular series of Cards Against Humanity cards, The Bigger, Blacker Box is a huge box to store all of your #CAH cards. Not just that, but it also comes with 20 new cards and 50 blank cards to add to your game.

The box is 21 inches long. Yes, that’s important to know.

$15 gets you the length you need, in the color you’ve always desired.