This extremely different and often questioned card game hit the mainstream not too long ago, seeing players draw cards and answer the questions asked in the most controversial and socially-incorrect ways possible.
Great fun for those who take all answers with a grain of salt, designer Dawson Whitfield has now enabled you to play this game online or in person with your friends through the use of separate electronic devices. Named Cards Against Originality, set up your own session by one player creating a new game and sending the link to all involved, meaning everyone can join in on their separate devices without a need to download any applications.
If you're feeling extra adventurous there's nothing stopping you from playing this over any VoIP program like Skype, TeamSpeak or Mumble no matter the distance between you and your friends.
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