Friday, July 10, 2015

Cards Against the Hudson Valley

Posted By on Fri, Jul 10, 2015 at 4:00 AM

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Customization is all the rage in our solipsistic society; people enjoy creating things about themselves and the immediate world around them. It's fun, and it's easy to order M&M's with your face on them, to get a highway named after your son's Boy Scout troop, or to title your own pint of Ben & Jerry's. So who can be surprised that an unofficial Cards Against Humanity™™ expansion pack with a Hudson Valley theme is currently in the works to be sold?

Michael Sarrantonio started an IndieGoGo campaign page for his expansion pack idea with the intention of taking the game's hilarity to a new level by personalizing each of the 54 cards with Hudson Valley locations and inside jokes. The campaign has a goal of $1,000 and there is less than a month left to help this glorious game get on its feet. For $11, plus shipping, you can order memorabilia celebrating the quirks of your home region. One can only hope that the expansion pack is just as gleefully vulgar as the original Cards Against Humanity™, “a party game for horrible people.”

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