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Cards Against Humanity is arguably the king of party games at the moment, mashing up simple gameplay with an excellent selection of completely politically incorrect cards. Thanks to its raging popularity, its creators have come up with a variety of expansion packs to spice up the game, and they’re all excellent.
However, if you consider yourself a nerd in any way, these two are the perfect ones for you. The Fantasy Pack features 26 white & 6 black cards and was actually co-written with the help of some really solid nerd alumni, including Neil Gaiman, Sam Sykes, Wesley Chu and more.
The Geek Pack is also a must-have for fandom enthusiasts and promises references to Game of Thrones, Dungeons & Dragons, video games and all the other things that make up your life.
Both packs are $8, which means you can amp your core deck by 64 cards by spending less than $20. Game night can’t come soon enough!
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