Joking Hazard vs Cards Against Humanity

Today, there are so many adult game that was inspired or contain cruel and offensive content like Cards Against Humanity. One of them is Joking Hazard from Cyanide and Happiness that was popular among people with the same sense of humor to Cards Against Humanity. If you want to know how Joking Hazard compared to Cards Against Humanity, you may want to read our article below.

In this article we are going to give you information about:
– What is Joking Hazard and Cards Against Humanity
– How to Play Joking Hazard and Cards Against Humanity
– Joking Hazard vs Cards Against Humanity

About Joking Hazard
Joking Hazard is an adult game created based on Cyanide and Happiness, which is a webcomic that was written and drawn by Rob DenBleyker, Kris Wilson, Dave McElfatrick and formerly Matt Melvin. The game is founded on Kickstarter in 2016 and has been around for few years now. The game is just as interesting as the webcomic if you are already familiar with Cyanide and Happiness from the internet. Most of the content is dark jokes about suffering or taboo things, which is why this game is not suitable for children. The game is recommended for people from 18 y/o and above and can be played with 3 until 10 people for 30 to 90 minutes.

How to Play Joking Hazard
Joking Hazard is very easy to play. First, all players have to draw 7 cards that contains potential comic. Second, the first panel is selected from the top of the deck by the judge and then he pick the second panel from his own card and put it in either side of the first panel, whichever to make the most sense. Third, all payers have to pick one card from their hand and placing it facing down to the judge. Fourth, the judge have to pick one panel that he/she think the best among them and so on. If the first panel is red then all players can trade their card for new ones and play the two panel set up for double points. If you are interested on similar card game, you may want to read our article on WTF did you say vs Cards Against Humanity here.

About Cards Against Humanity
Cards Against Humanity is an adult party game that was created by a group of 8 Highland Park High School alumni whose inspired by a popular game called Apples to Apples. This is a game which players have to complete fill-in-the-blank statements using the phrases or words written in the cards. Cards Against Humanity is deemed as offensive and contain many dark jokes that triggers people laugh but also offended some people. This game is really popular ever since it was released until now. The basic deck contain 100 black cards with phrases that needed to be completed and 500 white cards as the answers. You may expand the deck to make it more interesting with additional packs.

How to Play Cards Against Humanity
Cards Against Humanity is very easy to play and you may already familiar with the main rules itself. First, you have to deliver 10 white cards for each players. Second , you have to pick the “Card Czar” and it was decided by who most recently pooped. Third, the Card Czar have to pick one card from the deck and read it out loud. Fourth, other players have to draw one white card from their hand and give it to Card Czar facing down. Fifth, Card Czar have to shuffle the white cards from other players and read them together with the black card. Sixth, Card Czar have to pick one card he/she like the most and that player will get “awesome point”. For the next round, other player will be the Card Czar and the game start over.

Comparison
Now, let’s compare Joking Hazard and Cards Against Humanity. Both of them are adult game that contains many inappropriate things and dark jokes that may not accepted by some people. Joking Hazard played by completing or making a comic using the cards as the panel, while Cards Against Humanity using phrases and words to makes interesting statement.

Joking Hazard vs Cards Against Humanity

- Joking Hazard is an EXTREMELY not-for-kids party game from the minds of Cyanide & Happiness, the hit webcomic.
- Three or more players compete to build funny and terrible comics about friendship, violence, sex, and everything in between.
- 360 panel cards (including 10 add-your-own-words cards) combine to form millions of awful situations, and sometimes nice ones.
- High quality cards can be burned for heat after society collapses.
- Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people
- Now version 2.0! Over 150 new cards since the last version
- Contains 500 white cards and 100 black cards for maximum replayability
- Includes a booklet of sensible game rules and preposterous alternate rules

Conclusion
All in all, the decision is all yours to make. Both of them are equally cruel and equally funny. But some may prefer one over the other and some may not. In our opinion, for those who like Cyanide and Happiness comic should play the Joking Hazard card game.

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