Cards Against Originality is an app coming out this weekend that allows you to play Cards Against Humanity, including all the expansions, for free on your tablet, smartphone, or PC. This is because of the Creative Commons License that CAH is made under, where, as long as you’re not selling something (and since this is a free app, it’s not being sold), you can pretty much do with it as you please.
What are some of your best answers you’ve had in CAH games? Feel free to post them in the comments. I love the stuff that comes up.
From the article on Business Insider:
Don’t you wish you could play Cards Against Humanity whenever, wherever? Well now you can, without needing to carry around a box full of cards.
Luckily there’s a new way to play the world’s most crass game, and everyone can easily join in as long as they have a phone, tablet, or computer on them. It’s called Cards Against Originality, and it’s a web app that contains all of the original Cards Against Humanity cards — and five expansion card sets, too.
Now you might be asking how this can be legal, but it turns out that the original Cards Against Humanity board game is licensed under a Creative Commons license that allows for the game to be remixed and used for free (as long as it’s not sold), according to Product Hunt.
To start a game of Cards Against Originality/Cards Against Humanity, one of the players needs to open up the web app on their phone, tablet, or computer by heading over to the website. They can then choose to start a new game, which generates a share link that can be messaged or emailed to other players. Outside players need to click on that link to join in the game.