There is one thing that Cards Against Humanity lovers hate about Cards Against Humanity! That is the fact that you play it so many times that comes a point where you realize you started memorizing the cards without you even knowing it.

Buuuut! But, there are so, oh, so many solutions to that. There are over 28 expansion packs, and over 14 editions. 

Of course, you’re not going to go through all of them, because we checked and reviewed each of them through our extensive research, came up with a conclusion with the best editions for you.

Besides best editions, we also reviewed and chose Best of Cards Against Humanity Expansions & Packs.

There are plenty of versions and variations of the game out there, official and unofficial.

Some C.A.H Rules are different and some rules for drinking.

Some of them had misspellings, some of them were just off and didn’t give the vibe that Cards Against Humanity gives, so we had to select only some of them in order to make it easier for you.

You’ve got 12 of the best Cards Against Humanity Editions, knock yourself out!

Editor’s Top Picks

Best for kids: Kids Against Maturity
“This is the next thing you want to buy if you love Cards Against Humanity, and if you need a game to play with your entire family (including the kids, of course!!).”

The friendliest: Family Edition
“It is not funny for kids only, let’s not misunderstand that! It is funny for everyone-kids and adults. Enjoy!”

Indispensable for Disneyphiles: Cards Against Disney
“It is relatable to all those who have seen at least a few Disney movies. Besides relatable, it is also freaking hilarious.”

Best for Potter heads: Cards Against Muggles
“Hermione and Harry will not be the kids you knew from the movie. Not in this deck.

Best for KUWTK: Cards Against Kardashians
“Hands down, “Kards Against Kardashians” is a must-have for the Kardashians fans! Yes, it is written with K. If you are a fan, you’ll know why!”

A Must-Have Trekkies: Games Against Star Wars
“It is enough to have seen the series, you don’t even have to like Star Wars to play and like this game.”

Much-needed MSCHF: Box Against Office
“It is hilarious and just dirty enough to make you and your friends laugh about it.”

Perfect for Simpsons Fans: Game Against Simpsons
“It is that one super fun, super cool, and super hilarious game you want to play with other ‘filthy’ minded people like you.”

Best for Adults: Bards Dispense Profanity
“Perhaps you got a bit tired playing the main game of Cards Against Humanity. These 475 cards will not only be a refresh, it’ll make your cheeks hurt.”

1. Kids Against Maturity

| We rate it: 4.8 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 500

Amazon rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (20,433 ratings)

Price: $39.99-$29.99 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • Has Blue Cards representing the Black Cards
  • Has 3 extra volumes:
    First Volume: 100 Cards; Costs $11.99 plus shipping

    Second Volume: 100 Cards; $11.99 plus shipping

    Third Volume: 100 Cards; $11.99 plus shipping
  • “Can be enjoyed by all ages”
  • Can be played by 4-20 people

Thankfully there is not just one Cards Against Humanity version that’s family friendly. 

This is the next thing you want to buy if you love Cards Against Humanity, and if you need a game to play with your entire family (including the kids, of course!!).

You can check out the cards before you start playing, and since there are plenty of them, you can remove any of them if you feel they’re inappropriate. 

It will keep you and your family entertained for hours. You’ll love it

2. Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition

| We rate it: 4.9 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 600

Amazon rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (4,0059 ratings)

Price: $25.00 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • White Cards; Black Cards
  • Appropriate for people aged 8+ 
  • Can be played by 2- 12 people

Cards Against Humanity: Family Edition is a whole new version of Cards Against Humanity written from scratch to be fun for kids and adults to play together.”

Kids as usually are very attracted to the ‘adult’ activities, and playing Cards Against Humanity was one of those activities. 

Finally, now with the Family Edition, the problem is solved. And we don’t have to get rid of the ‘naughty’ cards, which we’d always forget one or two (just enough to get the unforgettable faces). 

Of course there are a few ‘inappropriate’ cards, that include the words “butt”, “f-word”, etc, but are in fact very light, and words that kids already use in front of us. 

It is not funny for kids only, let’s not misunderstand that! It is funny for everyone-kids and adults. Enjoy!

3. Cards Against Disney Humanity Version

| We rate it: 4.7 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 828

Amazon rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (2,143 ratings)

Price: $30.99 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • 568 White Cards; 260 Red Cards (representing the Black Cards) + Red Box
  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains cards about Disney, for all the Disney fans

Who Makes Cards Against Disney, and Where to Buy Them?

Since we see the word Disney, it instantly comes to us that it is appropriate for kids too. Well, kind of bad news if you didn’t know already, but this one is definitely not for kids.

It is relatable to all those who have seen at least a few Disney movies. Besides relatable, it is also freaking hilarious. 

Disney Against Humanity, Disney Cards Against Humanity, call it however you wish it is awesome to play with your (also) crazy friends, share time and lots of laughs with them.

4. Cards Against Kardashians

| We rate it: 4.8 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 876

Price: $39.95-29.95

Specifics:

  • 600 White Cards; 270 Black Cards
  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains cards about the Kardashians, for all the Kardashians fans

“Hands down, “Kards Against Kardashians” is a must-have for the Kardashians fans! Yes, it is written with K. If you are a fan, you’ll know why!”

You’re gonna love this one, if you love the Cards Against Humanity AND the tea we get served by the Kardashians. 

I mean, it’s the duo we’ve been waiting for. It’s the tea we’ve been waiting for. With 876 total of cards, you can play until you’re tired and can’t even talk any longer. Enjoy!

5. Cards Against Star Wars

| We rate it: 4.4 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 750

Amazon rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars (510 ratings)

Price: $21.99-$32.99 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • 500 White Cards; 250 Black Cards
  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains cards about the Star Wars, for all the Star Wars fans

It is enough to have seen the series, you don’t even have to like Star Wars to play and like this game. 

It can also be a nice gift for your Star Wars fan friend.

6. Box Against The Office

| We rate it: 4.7 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 180

Amazon rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (490 ratings)

Price: $16.99-$36.99 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • 144 White Cards; 36 Black Cards
  • Has an expansion with 170 Cards; costs $16.99 plus shipping
  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains cards about The Office, for all “The Office” fans

It is the perfect card game to play for all the “The Office” fans out there. 

It is hilarious, and just dirty enough to make you and your friends laugh about it. If you haven’t seen “The Office” then there’s no point at playing this game since there are quite a lot of references about the series. 

Istead, if you know someone who’s crazy about “The Office”, it could be the perfect gift because they’re going to love it!

7. Game Against Simpsons

| We rate it: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 600

Amazon rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars (311 ratings)

Price: $37.88-$49.99 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains cards about The Simpsons, for all The Simpsons fans

It is that one super fun, super cool, and super hilarious game you want to play with other ‘filthy’ minded people like you. 

If your family members are ‘filthy’ minded too, then yes, you can play it with them. If they’re not, playing this with them would be a horrible idea.

The number of cards (600) will give you just enough precious laughing time with your friends. You love Simpsons? You’ll love Cards Against Simpsons!!

Hardcore Simpsons fans approved.

7. Bards Dispense Profanity

| We rate it: 4.9 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 475

Amazon rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars (244 ratings)

Price: $24.95 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • 375 White Cards; 100 Question Cards (representing the Black Cards) 
  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains cards based on William Shakespeare works, for all the William Shakespeare fans

Does not matter whether you know anything about Shakespeare or not, you will find yourself laughing your lungs out. 

Perhaps you got a bit tired playing the main game of Cards Against Humanity. These 475 cards will not only be a refresh, it’ll make your cheeks hurt.

It is one of the best, and one of our favorite Cards Against Humanity editions. 

Not suitable for kids, suitable for the ones who are ready to laugh till it hurts, suitable for the horrible people who like or don’t like Shakespeare. Enjoy!!

9. Cards Against Muggles

| We rate it: 4.8 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 1440

Amazon rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

Price: $49.99 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • 990 White Cards; 450 Black Cards
  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains Harry Potter themed Cards, for all the Harry Potter fans

Finally, something for the Potterheads fans. This one is not appropriate for children. Again, it is NOT appropriate for children. That means it is quite dirty and quite hilarious.

It is way more fun if you have watched the series, you’ll simply understand it better, and to be honest, you’ll laugh way harder.

Hermione and Harry will not be the kids you knew from the movie. Not in this deck.

10. Game Against South Park

| We rate it: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 177

Amazon rating: 4.6 out of 5 stars (47 ratings) 

Price: $25.99 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains cards about South Park, for all the South Park fans

A super fun game for the South Park lovers. Has just enough cards to play with your friends and keep you laughing for a long while.

It is not as funny if you didn’t/don’t watch South Park. Also a wonderful gift idea if you don’t like/watch South Park at all.

11. Game Against Grey’s Anatomy

| We rate it: 4 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 300

Amazon rating: 4.2 out of 5 stars (93 ratings)

Price: $39.99 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains cards about Grey’s Anatomy, for all the Grey’s Anatomy fans

Grey’s Anatomy lovers, you will love this one! It is dirty, indeed. But it is funny too. Worth playing with your Grey’s Anatomy fans friends.

12. Box Against Avenger

| We rate it: 4.6 out of 5 stars

Number of cards: 239

Amazon rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (449 ratings)

Price: $29.99 plus shipping

Specifics:

  • 189 White Cards; 50 Black Cards
  • Can be played by 4-20 people
  • Appropriate for people aged 17+
  • Contains cards about The Avengers, for all The Avenger fans

Now it’s time for all the Marvel lovers. If you love both,  Marvel AND Cards Against Humanity, this is the game you want to play with your friends that share the same love as you. 

You have to have at least seen some of the Marvel movies to know what the cards are talking about. Otherwise it’ll be pointless for you to play this game. 

It is funny, and perfect for those game night parties with your friends.

Cards Against Humanity in Your Country – What’s the Difference?

Cards Against Humanity has versions for a few countries in which you have to live in order to get that version.

Those countries are: USA, UK, Canada, Australia & New Zealand.

To make it simpler, if you want the UK version but you live in the USA, you can’t get it. 

If you live in Australia or New Zealand, you can get the Australian version of Cards Against Humanity.

If you don’t live in any of these countries, you will get the USA version.

“Adapted from the original American edition to suit your vapid, fun-loving culture.”

The differences are in the content. Each of the versions has jokes about the country (e.g the Canada Edition has jokes about Canada). 

Also, in the package of each it tells which edition/version it is. Example:

The list below shows more details about each – Amazon rating, number of cards, and price. 

  1. Cards Against Humanity – USA

Number of cards: 600 (500 White Cards; 100 Black Cards)

Amazon rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars (96,506 ratings)

Price: $25.00 plus shipping

  1. Cards Against Humanity – UK

Number of cards: 600 (500 White Cards; 100 Black Cards)

The British rated on Amazon: 4.8 out of 5 (23,071 ratings)

Price: 19£ plus shipping

  1. Cards Against Humanity – Canada

Number of cards: 600 (500 White Cards; 100 Black Cards)

Canadians rated on Amazon: 4.8 out of 5 stars (92,256 ratings)

Price: CDN$ 35.00

  1. Cards Against Humanity – Australia & New Zealand

Number of cards: 550 total cards (460 white and 90 black)

Aussies rated on Amazon: 4.6 out of 5 stars (73 ratings)

Price: $45.19

Final Word

We love Cards Against Humanity. We don’t love that it can feel old after playing with it so many times…

We absolutely love that we can find different versions and editions. Especially those genius family friendly editions!

We love Cards Against Humanity because we are, indeed, horrible people!

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