Cards Against Humanity is a game that describes itself as being “as despicable and awkward as you and your friends”. It’s rather wonderful for several reasons: first up, it appeals greatly to my sense of humour. But the creators chose to release the game under a Creative Commons licence — yay for them! — which means that other people are allowed to take the source material of the game, adapt it, translate it, and produce their own version.
And so I did — an Esperanto version of Cards Against Humanity. Enjoy!
This blog post, though, is aimed at others who want to produce their own variants of the game. It’s blowing the trumpet for the non-technical method that I used, which should be accessible to pretty much anyone with an internet connection and LibreOffice (which you can download and install for free).
Etikedoj: Cards Against Humanity