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If you’ve worn your copy of Cards Against Humanity out, you might be interested in knowing that there are dozens of excellent card games out there that follow in its footsteps. Game of Phones is one of them.
Originally funded on Kickstarter, Game of Phones challenges players to use cards along with their phones to win the game. Cards will challenge you to find the best or weirdest selfies, food pics, and more. You’ll also be challenged to take pics of your fellow players. Best of all, you won’t even have to put your phone down to play the game!
Game of Phones costs $20 and comes ready to play out of the box. Try it out at your next party (and you’ll have an excuse to spy on what’s in your friends’ phones!).
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