Straight up, you've been warned that this article may contain language that can offend. The game is designed for those with a twisted humour, but sometimes, through no fault of the player's own, it can take a dark and twisted turn.
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Now... on with the article.
The problem with games like Cards Against Humanity, once you've played the game a few times, you get used to the answers.
However, just when you'd put it on the shelf, it may be time to get it out again. A new, updated, 2.0 version now features new cards.
To buy the set brand new now means you'll get 500 white cards and 100 black cards for maximum replayability.
It means the chances of some even darker and twisted turns - but it's always good to play with your nan.
The latest version has not only stepped up its card game though. The rules now feature a 'sensible' version and a more 'alternate' version.
The game describes itself as the 'party game for horrible people'. The idea is simple. In each round, one player asks a question from a black card, everyone else must then draw their funniest white card.
It's scored 4.8 stars out of 5 from almost 37,000 reviews on Amazon.
The 2.0 version is only available in America for now, and retails at $25.00 but that's not to say it won't be coming to the UK soon!
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