What is Hackers Against Humanity?

Hackers Against Humanity was inspired by the game Cards Against Humanity.  Almost identical in looks and game play, Hackers Against Humanity was custimized and tailored to appeal to the hacker sub-culture - more specifically that of Def Con attendees. 

"Unlike most of the party games you've played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.

The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card."

Do not play this game if you: are affected by trigger words, only speak in politically correct terms, complain a lot, pay taxes, eat water, have a heart condition, are pregnant, breast feedings, may become pregnant, are sensitive to light, do not know what satire means, cannot laugh at yourself, poop roses or your name is from the Bible

Do not sell this game for a profit, original creators will come after you with a box of rabies infected mongooses.It is a joke. A sick joke, but a oke all the same. The EFF supports freedom, but not this game directly - it's not their fault! Blame Vegas 2.0, we can take it, I assure you.


Regards,
   The Management