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In a digital world, board and card games still bring people together




A group of friends laugh while playing Cards Against Humanity.
A group of friends laugh while playing Cards Against Humanity.
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A group of friends laugh while playing Cards Against Humanity.
A group of friends play the card game Apples to Apples.
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As the holidays approach, we take a look at a trend that might actually bring people together. playing board and card games

For the latest we reached out to Ben Hantoot and Max Temkin, developers of the game Cards Against Humanity, which got funding thanks to a very successful Kickstarter page.

Hantoot and Temkin describe their product as "A free party game for horrible people."