Missing your mates? You can now play Cards Against Humanity online

Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic and self-isolation parties, the popular party game Cards Against Humanity is now available to play online to cure your boredom.

Alongside Netflix Party, which allows you to watch Netflix remotely with your mates, Playingcards.io has now set up virtual rooms for you and your pals to play Cards Against Humanity in real-time. You can even set up a video chat while you play to catch everyone’s reactions.

Bored in isolation and missing your mates? Party game Cards Against Humanity is now available online so the gang can catch up over some laughs.

Branded as the party game for “horrible people,” according to the official Cards Against Humanity website, the game is “as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.”

The virtual version is exactly the same as playing IRL; you pull a question card and everyone chooses the best (or worst) response from their hand of cards before the judge picks the winner.

The game has made its way around the world over the last few years, with Ellen Degeneres even asking guests Nicole Richie and Derek and Julianne Hough to try out the game on her show. Check out the video below to see how it’s played if you don’t already know.

Horribly strange card games not your thing? That’s cool! Check out the latest of Happy Mag’s Come Together in Isolation series to find out what else you can do while self-isolating.