Want to go binary with these naughty, naughty cards? Now you can.
You probably don’t realize this, but Cards Against Humanity was created under the Creative Commons license. So long as it’s done for free, anyone can do just about anything with the core CAH box set and all five expansions. Even the CAH website offers a PDF download of all its cards to print at no cost. Awful nice of the group that’s made a fortune off its adult spin on Apples to Apples.
Now, someone is doing something for all of us. For free. Because they’d be sued if they made money off CAH. Cards Against Originality is a fan-made website and mobile app. The website, cardsagainstoriginality.com is currently down, but according to its creator Dawson Whitefield, this is not any sort of legal response to his app. It’s down because he wasn’t prepared for the overwhelming response.
Whitfield told Endgadget that he “wasn’t expecting this” and that the “servers are being upgraded right now.” I’m sure posting about the site and talking it up more will help his cause. Whitfield assures that the website will be up and running by this weekend.
The mobile app is currently not available on the App Store.