Cards Against Humanity has launched an online version of the game and many people are wondering just how easy it is to play an online multiplayer version.

The adult-friendly table-top game has taken to the online world given the current worldwide lockdown.

Cards Against Humanity Online

Cards Against Humanity online multiplayer (Wikipedia Commons)

Cards Against Humanity is a fun-filled and oftentimes very distasteful game where players try to find the most horrendous or funny phrase from the answer cards they have.

As players of Cards Against Humanity will know, these phrases are, let’s just say, a little below the belt at times.

And now, thanks to the power of the online world, friends and family can play a virtual version of one of the most successful part games of recent times.

How to play Cards Against Humanity Online Multiplayer

Like most things in the modern world and online, playing Cards Against Humanity online multiplayer is pretty straight forward.

 

All you need to do is head to playingcards.io and follow the simply website instructions. When we played, it was very easy to set up, we just did the following.

  • Go to playingcards.io
  • Scroll towards the bottom of the page where you can select different games
  • Select Cards Against Humanity
  • Click start game
  • Share the link provided with your friends
  • Enter game

Given how difficult the game can be to get going with some people in real life, the online version is as straight-forward as it can possibly be.

All you need to do after is fire up some sort of video conference call with your friends or family and you’re good to go.

How to win in Cards Against Humanity

The premise of the game is a simple one, as touched on in the opening paragraphs. To win a point the ‘judge’ in the game simply decides which answer they think is best.

Cards Against Humanity Online

Cards Against Humanity (Wikipedia Commons)

That answer might be a disgusting one, a funny one, or something so far below the belt you simply can’t ignore it.

In times of boredom and self-isolation such as the current climate, what better way to pass the time than playing Cards Against Humanity online with your nearest and dearest.

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