As far as the mechanics of the game are concerned, it is very similar to the original game that was created. A player acts out a scenario, answering questions about how they would react in a variety of situations, and the cards are dealt out from the "suits" of each player, usually white cards. At the end of the scenario, whoever has the most cards at the end of the game wins. However, in this version, instead of playing with those familiar plastic cards, players are dealing directly with the electronic response systems of the human mind. This means that the creativity element of the game is removed and that simply being able to click a button or trigger a mechanism is all that is required. However, with this type of remote sensitivity, a person can be quite far ahead of the game, as one second can equal a minute in real time.
For those interested in trying Cards Against Humanity, one of the options that you have available is the free Printable Cards Against Humanity decks that can be found online. This is a great way to learn the basics of how to play the game without risking buying the actual game. As you learn more about how to make these plays, you may become interested in purchasing the actual, printed decks to play with. Cards Against Humanity can provide hours of fun for those who have a good understanding of how to read basic card deck mechanics. In addition, it can provide some much needed exercise as well!