Cards Against Humanity – All-White/Ink-Saver Edition Posted on September 16, 2012 March 11, 2013 by Justin Paulin As you probably already know, Cards Against Humanity is an awesome card game.
I now own all of the Cards Against Humanity releases (to date), but I'll have to admit I've only had the opportunity to play the game a handful of times. As I look back I probably would have gone ahead and purchased the cards anyway, but considering I could have saved near a hundred dollars I may have simply downloaded and printed out the starter pack from CAH website and been done with it.
You can download the original starter pack for free through a Creative Commons License. You can actually go to the Cards Against Humanity website and download the entire starter set in a.PDF format; 550 cards (460 White cards and 90 Black cards). Once you have the download you can then print them out, cut them to size and start playing. Free is cool, but unless you plan to print them to standard letter paper you may find that printing and manufacturing a set on your own isn't really worth the trouble or the expense. There are some other issues with downloading the starter pack that are covered later on this page. If you are looking for an inexpensive way to to play the game to see if you even like it, before you to dole out the dough.
Download the PDF, Grab a ream of white office paper and ready your printer. Once you've printed it all out either take to it with a paper cutting board or good old scissors. It wont matter much if you are a little uneven on your cuts, you're printing a disposal version anyway when you do it this way. I won't suggest you use the company's time and paper. We'll leave that up to your conscience, but who knows maybe you can talk everyone in to playing at the next office meeting. Image Credit: Author winlin; screen shot of CAH PDF.
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Cards Against Humanity — Full Size Print Versions Here are some files you can print out and use for your own copy of Cards Against Humanity. These are formatted to be very simmilar size to the actual cards, so they should be compatible with any future expansions or any commercially purchased copies. These mostly use black text on white backgrounds to save me (or you) on ink/toner. So for best results, you may want to put these in colored sleeves to denote black vs.
If you are printing these on paper (as I did) rather than card stock, you may also want to use playing cards or similar as a backer in the sleeve. Cards Against Humanity A party game for horrible people. First I have the core game, with what I believe is the first expansion included. These were made from text files found on the website. Following that is the second expansion (both black and white cards) with a few blanks for formatting purposes. Next is the third expansion as two files including an inverted color black cards file. After that is a copy of the cards given away at, and (marked with the PAX logo), the Holiday pack (marked with a tree), and the Canadian expansion (marked with a maple leaf).
Next are a collection of white and black cards made from lists found on several threads of the forums. Additionally, I've included a page of blank cards, for you to write in whatever you come up with. The (.pdf) and (.odt) are black on white, and the (.svg) is white on black. To write in what you want before printing you will need or simmilar to to open the compressed files, or simmilar to open the.odt, and.ods files, and finally or simmilar to open the.svg files. Finally, there is an archive (.zip) file of all the card lists I've used for making these documents so far. Also, I formatted these to be printed on Letter Size (8.5' x 11') paper or cardstock.
I used a left and right margin of 0.5 inches, and a top and bottom margin of 0.3 inches. As such, you should make sure your printer can handle a top and bottom margin of 0.3 inches before you decide to use these files. Share and enjoy.
Cards Against Humanity is a trademark of Cards Against Humanity, LLC. Cards Against Humanity is distributed under a license. Cards Against Humanity, LLC does not endorse me, this website, or any of the files here in any way. I did not create the game, nor am I attempting to make any money by selling it. I have provided these documents free of charge for personal use and entertainment purposes.