With most people still staying at home across the UK, finding new ways to socialise with friends and family remotely has become more important and needed than ever before.
If you and your friends enjoy getting together to play popular card game Cards Against Humanity, you can now do so in the comfort of your own home using the internet - here’s how.
What is Cards Against Humanity?
Cards Against Humanity is described by the makers themselves as “a party game for horrible people”.
The card game deals out black cards emblazoned with a question, and players aim to match them with the funniest responses using the answers printed on their white cards.
The person who asked the question from the black card decides whose answer is the funniest, and that player gets to keep the black card. The aim of the game is to collect as many black cards as possible.
How to play online?
The game is brought to the internet via All Bad Cards.
The site allows you to create a room and invite your friend to play using the room code. Simply click ‘new game’ and share the URL generated, or enter the URL you’ve been given by your friends to the ‘join game’ option, instead.
You can opt for the original rude version, or go for the family friendly option if you'd prefer.
As well as the classic and family friendly versions, you can also choose between a "meme" or "slang" variety as well.