Cards Against Humanity is a popular card game from 2009 where players take turns creating hilarious answers to prompts. This self proclaimed “terrible game for terrible people” has had people flexing their comedic chops for over a decade.

But where do you go once you’ve had your fill of CAH? Luckily, Based on it’s massive popularity there have been a lot of successors trying to capture some of that viral success. We decided to list some of our favorite card games like Cards Against Humanity to help you decide where to go next.

Bad People (2016)

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  • Players: 2-10
  • Time: 20-40 Minutes
  • Designer: Mike Lancaster
  • Publisher: Self Published
  • Theme: Friend Shaming

This savage party game pinpoints who the bad-apple of the group really is. Unlike other voting games, this one pits players against each other as they decide “who’s most likely to join a cult” or “who’s most likely to give a drunk train-wreck speech at a wedding”.

Through a series of finger-pointing arguments you might end up learning a thing or two about your friends that you wish you never knew.

Apples to Apples (1999)

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  • Players: 4-10
  • Time: 30 Minutes
  • Designer: Matthew Kirby, Mark Alan Osterhaus
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Theme: Description Judging

Apples To Apples is often considered the voting game that started the whole trend. Predating CAH by almost 10 years, this family friendly party game has players trying to match the description card with one of the thing cards in their hand.

Each round one description card is laid out on the table. Descriptions range from “hairy” to “spooky” and everything in between. From there everyone places one of their thing cards that they think best matches that description. A judge then reads them aloud and picks their favorite answer.

Guards Against Insanity

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  • Players: 4-20
  • Time: 30-90 Minutes
  • Designer: David Moore
  • Publisher: Guards Against Insanity
  • Theme: Unofficial CAH Expansion

As for games like cards against humanity, you can’t get much closer than this. In fact this game can actually be used as an unofficial expansion to CAH to mix right into the deck. Granted the card backs are a little different so you’ll know when these raunchy cards are coming.

Guards Against Humanity promises to take your CAH game to a much darker and weirder place. Packed with raunchy cards this unofficial expansion is best suited for those with a dark sense of humor.

Profanity : A Card Game For Smutty People

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  • Players: 4-16
  • Time: 15-90 Minutes
  • Designer: David Moore
  • Publisher: Guards Against Insanity
  • Theme: Smutty Storytelling

Profanity is a great game for anyone that has a dirty mind. In this raunchy party game players take turns creative new slurs by mixing together a couple of the cards. Which leads to some all around hilarious situations.

This game is best played with people who are willing to plead their case and explain why their answer is the right choice. Since each player is tasked with explaining what their newfound swear means, Profanity is exactly as dirty as you want to make it. There’s nothing better than watching one of your friends stand up and try to explain what a “Catholic Teabag” is.

KinderPerfect

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  • Players: 4-12
  • Time: 15-90 Minutes
  • Designer: The Vota Family
  • Publisher: Self Published
  • Theme: Voting Game For Parents

Take all that stress of raising young children and channel it into one of the funniest party games for parents. As a great respite from the hectic life of parenthood, this voting game presents relatable situations like “Another damn fundraiser is worse than stepping on a lego” and “School guidelines now prohibit vodka bottles in the diaper bag”.

Like many other games on this list, this one plays just like CAH. The major difference is that this game is made by parents for other parents. Which is a refreshing change of pace for anyone looking to unwind.

Cards Against Disney

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  • Players: 4-12
  • Time: 30-90 Minutes
  • Designer: Have A Laugh!
  • Publisher: Self Published
  • Theme: Voting Game, Disney

Cards against Disney combines nostalgic Disney classics with a raunchy sense of humor. If you’re looking to relive and then ruin your childhood all in one sitting, than this game is what you’re looking for.

Despite the theme, this game is definitely not for kids. So make sure all the little ones are safely tucked into bed before bringing this box out. It’s played almost the same as CAH except all the cards are themed around your favorite Disney classics.

Exist

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  • Players: 4-10
  • Time: 15-90 Minutes
  • Designer: Janet E. Muench
  • Publisher: Runmee, LLC
  • Theme: Voting, Debating, Survival

Exist is a game with one simple objective; stay alive. This twist on the genre has players trying to survive randomized scenarios with the help of one of the resource cards in their hand. At the end of the day it’s the Supreme Decider who gets to choose who’s resource would best get them out of a sticky situation.

In each round 3 cards are flipped to create the situation. A location, an opponent and a wild card. These form wacky scenarios like “Fighting an angry mob at the international space station, while you have double vision.” Now it’s up to the players to choose the right resource from their hands to try and escape with their lives.

You’re an Idiot

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  • Players: 3-10
  • Time: 30-60 Minutes
  • Designer: Two Point Oh Games
  • Publisher: Self Published
  • Theme: Voting Game, Shaming

You’re An Idiot is not for the thin-skinned. The aim of the game is to ridicule your friends by theorizing how a particular player landed themselves in a situation.

Each round a spinner is spun to decide who the idiot of the round is and then a card is flipped to create a scenario. Each player then plays a card to decide what the idiot did to land them in that predicament.

Bards Dispense Profanity

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  • Players: 4-20
  • Time: 30-90 Minutes
  • Designer: Why So Ever Games
  • Publisher: Self Published
  • Theme: Voting Game, Shakespeare

For lovers of the classics, this game plays much like CAH except with the raunchiest hand-picked quotes from Shakespeare plays. With cards like “A German from the waste down” and “Cupid’s butt-shaft” it’s easy to see how this can get out of hand quickly.

Played in much the same way as CAH players play the cards from their hands to best match the prompt. Except in this case you’re matching chopped up quotes from literary masterpieces to hilarious prompts like “The best porn version of Moby Dick Is…”.

Joking Hazard

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  • Players: 3-10
  • Time: 30-90 Minutes
  • Designer:Uncredited
  • Publisher: Breaking Games
  • Theme: Voting Game, Comic

Based around the popular e-comic Cyanide and Happiness, Joking Hazard has players creating their own hilarious comic strips. Players compete to win the favor of the judge by playing the best punch line in their hand to complete the comic.

Each round one card is played face up from the deck, then the judge plays a second card. Now each remaining player chooses a card from their hand and passes it face-down to the judge. Once all the cards are in the judge picks his favorite punchline and that player wins the round.

Did we miss your favorite card game like Cards Against Humanity? Feel free to let us know in the comments below.