Popular party game might soon have a Singapore edition
We all know by now — Cards Against Humanity is undisputedly one of the most popular party games. Think of it as the Monopoly of all card games.
Just like the name suggests, Cards Against Humanity is a “party game for horrible people” — where players could give politically incorrect answers to questions asked.
And the player who gives the funniest answer wins!
NAFA student Tan Yong Heng created a Singaporean version of the popular card game for his school project and it has been very well received.
A sneak peek of the Cards Against Humanity Singapore edition
Tan uploaded a few pictures of the Cards Against Humanity Singapore edition and it is comparable to the original version.
The Cards Against Humanity Singapore edition encapsulates Singapore’s culture, style and slang which makes it very relatable to all Singaporeans.
Besides, it makes a really good souvenir for tourists to better understand our culture!
Netizen’s reaction to the Singapore version of Cards Against Humanity
Many on Twitter were open to the idea of having the Cards Against Humanity Singapore edition to be on sale!
People are even willing to pay $70 for the Singapore edition deck!
Create your own Cards Against Humanity Deck!
Under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 2.0 license, the Cards Against Humanity team allows people to use, remix, and share the game for free but not sell without their permit.
Click here and put your own spin to one of the most popular card games!
Meanwhile, let’s all hope the Singaporean version of Cards Against Humanity materialises:
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Featured image via Tan Yong Heng’s Twitter
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