Love Cards Against Humanity, but even with the official expansions find yourself playing the same cards over and over again? Enter Crabs Adjust Humidity, a crappy small 3rd party, unofficial, unauthorized expansion card set that blends seamlessly with the original game and adds 112 morally-questionable new cards to play. Don’t buy this if you don’t have the original game: it’s useless without it. Cards Against Humanity is a trademark of Cards Against Humanity LLC and is completely unaffiliated with this game or its publisher.
- You need to own Cards Against Humanity to use this expansion
- Professionally printed on linen-finish, casino-quality cards
- Includes: 80 white cards, 32 black cards
- 100% compatible with Cards Against Humanity
- Contains no shellfish
I ordered both Crabs volumes after playing CAH at my friend’s house where he had these cards integrated into his deck. I honestly didn’t even notice that they weren’t part of the original game until he pointed it out to the group. Once I started looking for them, I thought that they were some of the best cards in play: very funny, very raunchy and very offensive. Some of the references were more geeky or obscure than the original game, so that would be something to be aware of.
The card and printing quality is excellent: I held one of the Crabs cards and one of the CAH cards up to the light and the texture, feel and overall look of the cards was identical as far as I could tell. The typeface on the Crabs cards is slightly different, and the fronts have a little red near the logo, but those are the only differences I found and they don’t bother me or my friends. I guess if you were paranoid, you could sleeve your deck in opaque white and black sleeves… but we just play to have a good time so none of the minor differences bother me.