Cards Against Humanity game created for miserable Londoners

A Cards Against Humanity-type game created just for miserable Londoners has launched today on Kickstarter.

Created by Londoner Jamie Willcocks the game is packed full of London in-jokes, making it a great way to alienate your friends who live outside of the M25.

To play, one player picks a ‘Question Card’ and all the other players anonymously submit one of their ten ‘Answer Cards’. The funniest one wins.

It can be played as a standalone game or as an unofficial expansion pack for games such as Cards Against Humanity or Apples to Apples.

Willcocks said: “I saw that other people around the world have successfully released local party games that make fun of where they live,” said Jamie. “And I thought that there can’t be anywhere where people have such a love / hate relationship with their city as in London.”

“Perfect for a drunken night in.”

Tired of London is hugely replayable and perfect for parties, board game nights and drinking games, especially when you want a game that is easy to explain to a room of full of impatient drunk people. The box will also feature a set of ‘blank’ cards so you can add your own questions and answers.

We can’t control what combinations your filthy minds come up with, but as the game contains a few rude words we suggest that Tired of London is suitable for people aged 16 and above, and that you don’t play it with your grandma.

“Board games are really big here at the moment, and Londoners love a bit of dark humour, so I think this city deserves its own game”, Willcocks added.

Find their Kickstarter here.

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