While you're doing your part in staying at home during quarantine, you can keep connected with your friends through an online version of the famous tabletop card game everyone loves.
Cards Against Humanity now has a virtual version you can access on your browsers by visiting this link. The rules are as straightforward as the actual card game, where players have to fill in the blanks of an unfinished statement using their cards at hand, to create the most horrible (the best!) statement. The website, PlayingCards.io, is hosting the card games absolutely free. (note: PlayingCards.io is not affiated with Cards Against Humanity; you can purchase the physical version on their website.)
Much love to everyone around the world whose lives are affected by COVID-19.
If you're stuck indoors, keep in mind https://t.co/TTv1VmYZjZ is a great way to stay connected to your friends and loved ones.
— PlayingCards.io (@playingcardsio) March 15, 2020
To kick off your very first Card Against Humanity online game, visit the PlayingCards.io website and select 'Cards Against Humanity,' and then 'Start Game.' You will then be prompted with a pop-up window with your game's unique URL, which you can now share to the people you want to join in your virtual room. Once everyone's in, you can start and play the game in real time. For full mechanics on how to play Cards Against Humanity online, visit this link.
To make your online game more interactive, pair it with a group video call (Facetime or Zoom) so you and the other players can also chat while playing.
Aside from the popular party/drinking card game, other tabletop games made online by Playingcards.io you can try out are Checkers, Go Fish, Crazy Eights, Match Up (Memory/Pairing Game).
If you're looking for more game options to play with friends, check out our list of multi-player games you can download in your phones here!