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Feeling Humanity Fatigue? Cards Against Humanity Alternatives to Spice Up Your Game Night

We’ve all been there. You open the box of Cards Against Humanity, a familiar groan escapes your lips, and you realize the well of shocking humor has run dry. Fear not, weary travelers of the dark comedy realm! There’s a whole world of party games waiting to unleash your inner comedian (or cynic).

Apples to Apples: The (Slightly) Tamer Cousin

For those who crave the fill-in-the-blank format but want to dial down the offensiveness a notch, Apples to Apples is a classic choice. With silly categories and absurd answer cards, it offers a good dose of laughter without the social awkwardness.

What Do You Meme?: Modern Humor for the Meme Generation

Love internet culture and reaction images? What Do You Meme? is your game. Combine hilarious photo memes with caption cards to create the funniest pairings. Think “Success Kid” paired with the caption “Finally understanding the plot of Inception.”

Telestrations: Pictionary Meets Telephone for Chaotic Fun

Looking for a game that’s equal parts drawing and hilarity? Telestrations is a riot. Players take turns whispering a phrase to the next person, who then draws what they hear. The final result is a nonsensical masterpiece (or a hilarious mess) guaranteed to have everyone in stitches.

Monikers: Celebrity Charades with a Twist

Charades getting old? Monikers throws a celebrity twist into the mix. Players have to act out clues on the forehead card without using any words related to the celebrity’s name, profession, or any other obvious hints. It’s a hilarious guessing game that tests your pop culture knowledge and acting skills.

Just One: Collaborative Creativity with a Twist

This cooperative game is a breath of fresh air. Players take turns giving one-word clues to help a guesser identify a secret word. The catch? If any clues repeat, they’re discarded! It’s a fun exercise in creative thinking and communication.

This is just a sample of some of the games you can play instead of Cards Against Humanity. Before your next game night rolls around, explore these alternatives to Cards Against Humanity first. You might just discover a new favorite that injects laughter and joy into your gatherings, without the social hangover.


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