|Number of Game Players||4|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||1 January 2019|
|Mfg Recommended age||17 - 60 years|
|Item Model Number||859364006087|
|Product Dimensions||10.16 x 20.32 x 6.99 cm; 322.05 Grams|
Joking Hazard by Cyanide & Happiness Games
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||10.2 x 20.3 x 7 centimetres|
|Number of Game Players||4|
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- someone on the internet once told us that making stick figure comics is easy as hell, and that we were ugly and stupid
- They were right on all counts. So, after crying for a few hours, we created the random comic generator which since its inception in 2014 has entertained millions with its computer-generated comedy
- After a few weeks of playing with the random comic generator, we started to wonder if its hundreds of random panels might lend themselves to a card
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The Best, Worst Card Game
Joking Hazard is an offensive card game where you compete to finish awful comics. It's a game that is equal parts creative storytelling and feeling bad about yourself. The damaged minds behind Cyanide & Happiness created it, so don't let grandma play unless you want her to die of a broken heart.
How to Play
The Deck Plays First
The judging player (referred to as the judge) flips the top card off the draw pile.
The Judge Plays Second
That player then adds one of their own cards on either side, making the setup.
Everyone Else Plays Third
The other players then put in their best punchline, facedown. The judge shuffles and picks the funniest one.
A Uniquely Creative Game
Joking Hazard puts the creative control in the players' hands. Each comic is a tiny little story you're creating from scratch. That story can go in a direction as good or terrible as you are. With all the expansion packs, Joking Hazard has tens of millions of possible comic combinations.
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If your friends are tired and bored of CAH, and are looking for something fresh, this is the game to pick up.
The rounds a shorter, and its easier to keep everyone engaged when we're all looking at images rather than reading out text.
The rules are also simple enough that you can start play immediately, and refer to the rules card as you go along.
It's awesome, we love it.
Top reviews from other countries
The initial game contains enough cards to last for approximately 2 to 3 hours of play for four people. It lasts so long because of the number of cards provided and the amount of time spent cringing and crying (in laughter) in between rounds. It's very easy to play and the combinations of cards are virtually limitless. I've played Cards Against Humanity a number of times but find it has limited replayability because the words become familiar, however the beauty of this game is that it's a visual story unfolding and the ending card can really twist it in expected ways.
The cards were a high quality print, though I noticed a bit of rough printing on the back of some of the cards. It doesn't bother me particularly, but other buyers ought to be aware.
Very simple game easy to play
Some of them a bit cheesy and some of them are very funny do recommend you will have a laugh the more player the more fun you will have.
Do i recommend? Yes I do
Some people will love it I am sure but not for us.
£25.00 (price at time of purchase) might be a little overpriced for such a game, but a decent addition to the collection.