Being in lockdown makes it a little bit harder to have fun with your pals. Though there’s definitely a lot of great games you can get stuck into with your buddies, there’s nothing quite like a traditional (and somewhat evil) card game like the ever-popular Cards Against Humanity. Thankfully, there’s now an online fan-made version which takes inspiration from everyone’s favourite card game, and best of all – it’s free to play!
All Bad Cards is a browser game which supports up to 50 players per game. Though you can opt for the traditional NSFW version, there’s now a family-friendly option for those looking for some cleaner fun.
The game comes from sole developer, HelloControl_, and it’s run solely on fan donations (you can donate right here). Despite its small scale, the game has seen over 2.4 million cards and 680,000 rounds played in just the last week!
Some of the latest features include the family-friendly mode, the ability to add up to 10 computerised players to a match, video chat invites and automised rounds.
All Bad Cards is currently making fan-requested changes and adding new features, so if there’s something you’d like to see, you can follow the page on Twitter (above).
The game is seeing huge praise across social media. One fan tweeted: “Just want to recommend @allbadcards to everyone, it is a free online cards against humanity website (they have a family friendly version as well) my friends and myself have been playing this week and it’s like having a normal girls night.”
Another said: “My family and I just spent 2.5hrs laughing our heads off across 4 time zones thanks to @allbadcards.”
Check out All Bad Cards over on the website here to find out more, and to boot up a round for you and your friends!
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