Good news for Cards Against Humanity fans, bad news for their employers: the game is now available to play online.
The online version of the highly entertaining, some-might-call-crass card game is called Cards Against Originality and is a web app that features all of the cards from the game and 5 expansion packs.
The page is the brainchild of UX/UI designer Dawson Whitfield, as Gizmodo reported. Whitfield was able to design the app because Cards Against Humanity was made available under a Creative Commons license when it was released, meaning anyone can download and print their own copy for free, remix the game or turn it into an app-- as long as it isn't sold.
It works in any web browser, and can be played on a computer, tablet or mobile device.