As the Weekend of Board Games dawns for me (when you’re going to be playing them for two days straight, I think capitalization is perfectly apt), stumbling across this little nugget of gold is perfect.
Cards Against Humanity is a party game that’s taken the world by storm. If you haven’t played, the basic concept is that all players are dealt a hand of white cards up front; each round, one person acts as the Card Czar and flips over a black card with a question or fill-in-the-blank phrase. The players then need to look through their hands and select the card they think is the best fit with the black card. Hilarity ensues.
Did I mention a lot of these questions, phrases and answers are pretty explicit? It’s like grown-up Apples to Apples.
The best part, however, is that Cards Against Humanity is available for free under the Creative Commons license, and as such, people have been creating their own cards and integrating them into the game. The latest, wildly popular theme? Doctor Who, of course.
Now you can take all your favourite sayings, thoughts and jokes from the show and make something magical with fellow Whovians! So if you’re feeling game, you can download the entire “Cards Against Gallifrey” deck from DropCanvas right now.