It's a safe bet to say that even if you haven't played the popular party game, Cards Against Humanity, that you have at least heard of it. While a fun game to play with family and friends, those who might not have warm bodies to hang out with in the comfort of their own home have to miss out on the fun.
Thanks to Cards Against Humanity being licensed under a Common Creative license, the ability to bring the game to PCs and mobile devices is possible. In fact, this weekend will see the launch of Cards Against Originality.
Cards Against Originality is a web app that contains all the cards currently available in the Cards Against Humanity game. To play, all you need to do is visit the website and set up a game. Once set up, you will be given an URL link that you can message to your friends online.
Cards Against Originality might not be the official app but in a day where toting around a full set of Cards Against Humanity cards or finding enough local people to play with, it definitely looks to give everyone a shot to show just how awful their card choices can be.