Thanks to some heroes who realized that Cards Against Humanity is available under a Creative Commons license (meaning literally anyone can print their own copy of the game for free as long as you don’t sell it), you can now play the game online with all five expansion packs.
Designer Dawson Whitfield converted the cards into an online browser-based game so that as of right now, the game is playable on a desktop computer, a smartphone, or a tablet.
The online knockoff version is called “Cards Against Originality” (cute), and it works just like the regular card version, only players need the to be in the same room and use the unique custom link to all play the same game.
What are you waiting for? Get to playing!