It is hard to imagine that the first J K Rowling book of Harry Potter came out in 1997. Since then, we have all enjoyed the seven books and eight movies that followed. It is equally hard to imagine that it has been 10 years since the wonderfully hilarious and debauched party board game, Cards Against Humanity, first appeared too.
We have all grown up with these magical stories of wizards, warlocks and mystical creatures. But we have also grown up with this thoroughly depraved and inappropriately funny board game. Well, we have great news for all you Potterheads out there, as there is a Harry Potter themed Cards Against Humanity called Cards Against Muggles.
Those wonderfully warped people, who have given us Disney and Star Wars themed versions of the board game, have turned their attention to Harry Potter. Putting the magical world of Hogwarts on a head-on collision with the risque humor of Cards Against Humanity.
This Harry Potter board game will be the perfect addition to your game nights with your friends (at least those who share your toilet level of humor, that is!).
This board marketbusinesstech game will allow you to ponder some of the burning questions you have always wanted answered. Like for instance: who was Ron really in love with? What spells were cast over the fruit punch at the Hogwarts Disco? What other uses did Hermione’s wand have? With so many cards in the box, these and so many more questions can be finally answered.
This is not a board game for children, mind you. Though all of our favourite Harry Potter characters appear here, they are not seen in their best light. There is an age restriction printed on the side of the box for a reason – this board game is strictly for 17 years and above!
This edition should not be confused with the other digital versions out there. This thetechboy is a real physical box set with a full complement of printed cards inside. This is why this retails at a higher price than those others but it is clearly worth it.
Just in case one or two of you have been living under a spell all these years, here is a quick rundown of Cards Against Muggles. Each player takes it in turn to read out one of the question cards while the others choose from one of their answer cards. The best worst funniest answer will win the round.
It only needs four people to start a game and can have as many as 20 or more (depends on how many depraved friends you have?!). Each game takes between 30 to 90 minutes to finish though can be longer if you can’t stop the tears of laughter rolling down your cheeks!
Cards Against Muggles is the best addition to your party nights. What better complement to a night with your friends, over beer and pizza, than adding this Harry Potter board game to it.
So what are you waiting for? Order your set today!