You Can Play Cards Against Humanity With Your Mates From Isolation

by : Niamh Shackleton on : 29 Mar 2020 09:47
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Sad because you can’t pre-drink with your friends, play Cards Against Humanity and feel like bad people for your savage answers? Worry no more because there’s a way you can play the brutal card game online.

Virtually hanging out with the friends has become the ‘it’ thing to do with apps like Houseparty becoming popular, and now you can play Cards Against Humanity online as well.


Up to six players can play the online game where one person creates a virtual room and shares the link to their friends so they can join.

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While you can play the game off your mobile, it’s advised you do it off a laptop or desktop at first because it can apparently be a bit difficult to navigate at first.

As a brief step-by-step guide, you scroll down the site’s home screen and click the Cards Against Humanity’option followed by clicking ‘start game’. You’ll then receive your link to share with your friends who want to play along.


When everyone’s in, click the briefcase in the top left of the screen to edit everyone’s names.

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Then, from the deck of white cards, you drag ten of them into your section at the bottom of the screen. Following this the judge for the round clicks on a black card from the question card pile. All players except the judge then drag a card from their hand and drop it into one of the slots in the centre section where there are six spaces.

Head over to playingcards.io to get playing now. You can still have a laugh with pals while practising social distancing. But you’ll have to provide the alcohol.


It’s okay to not panic. LADbible and UNILAD’s aim with our Coronavirus campaign, Cutting Through, is to provide our community with facts and stories from the people who are either qualified to comment or have experienced first-hand the situation we’re facing. For more information from the World Health Organization on Coronavirus, click here.

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Niamh Shackleton

Niamh Shackleton is a pint sized person and journalist at UNILAD. After studying Multimedia Journalism at the University of Salford, she did a year at Caters News Agency as a features writer in Birmingham before deciding that Manchester is (arguably) one of the best places in the world, and therefore moved back up north. She's also UNILAD's unofficial crazy animal lady.

Topics: Gaming, Social Distancing