6 Secret Cards Against Humanity Expansion Games You Need Now
Are you looking for Cards Against Humanity expansion packs? New card games to enliven your existing CAH card stock? Then you’re going to love these six secret CAH expansion games we’ve found just for you.
Secret Cards Against Humanity Expansions
We’re huge fans of unofficial CAH expansion packs that take the humor of CAH and apply it to uniquely American niches, producing biting satire across the country.
These games are often produced by leaders in their respective fields who want to bring a bit of levity to their profession. Support their efforts by buying a game from them. Who knows – you might actually get the inside jokes!
KinderPerfect Parents Party Card Game
Okay, we are totally biased, but we think KinderPerfect is the best Cards Against Humanity expansion pack. With every single card crowdsourced from actual parents, it’s a hilarious voyage of discovery for parents-to-be!
Everyone will be screaming with delight or derision as they answer questions like:
- Before kids, I never thought about _______.
- Why is daddy in time out again?
- Signs that you are THAT family.
- Why does mommy drink?
Disgruntled Decks is a card game for military service members and grizzled Veterans who enjoy laughing together about their time in the service.
With a unique blend of descriptive language and military themes, Disgruntled Decks gives one more reason for service members and Veterans to talk about their shared experiences while having fun in the process.
The founders of Disgruntled Decks strongly believe that humor is healing, and some Veterans still have a good amount of healing left to do. They hope to provide some of that humor with Disgruntled Decks.
A Game for Good Christians
A Game For Good Christians was developed through years of many irreverent and deeply theological conversations; Bible studies, seminary classes, sermons, readings and reflections are at the root of this game, as is deep exploration of the Bible.
The cards capture stories, characters, and statements from the Bible. Some familiar and comforting, others frightening and confusing. The Bible, like humanity, is messy because it contains the messy relationship between the divine and humanity: a relationship which is humorous and horrifying.
A Game For Good Christians embraces this dissonance. They ask you to do the same.
JadedAid is a new card game for world-weary development workers to be the cynicism they want to see in the world.
Their idea is simple: take the everyday frustrations of working for the Development Industrial Complex (the DIC) and turn them into a prescription for fun! JadedAid incorporates cross-cutting themes like paternalism, chauvinism, and elitism to illuminate the inherent discrimination and dissonance in international development.
Cards Against Urbanity
Cards Against Urbanity is the card game for horrible places. It replaces all the cards in a Cards Against Humanity deck with jokes by and about urbanists. The cards are less offensive than CAH, but definitely irreverent.
Players can create sentences like “Architects should really pay more attention to _______”, filling in the blank with “a blue-haired amateur historian,” “Mr. Monorail,” or “Peak beard.”
Cards Against Urbanity is a product of GreaterPlaces and Do Tank D.C., a tactical-urbanism group composed mostly of city-design professionals.
Wilted Green is a party game for the eco-cynic in all of us. They took the concept of Cards Against Humanity and added an environmental twist. Now you can kick off those Birkenstocks, fill up your Nalgene with craft beer, and take a break from saving the planet in good conscience.
Wilted Green is a way to poke fun at favorite overplayed stereotypes, unintentional parodies, and familiar caricatures in the wonderful world of sustainability. After all, you’re not a real environmentalist until you’re using your own poop as compost for your backyard garden.
Each Wilted Green deck brings levity to the kind souls among us who carefully weigh the environmental consequences of every decision they make.