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#1 Posted by orangefisk (13 posts) -

After a lot of testing with friends, I have something decently playable. Let me walk you through this.

Setup

Grab two friends with an iPhone as well as a bottle of booze

All visit www.cahapp.com/online (development edition)

Add the app to your homescreen, for browserfree hazzle

Make one player generate a key, and the others enter that same key to join a game

Optional. Add an iPad or laptop on the table, entering the same key

Select a deck (there is currently danish and the original deck)

Playing

Select player for the players, and czar for the optional iPad

If you have an iPad the first czar card should have been dealt, if not, make one player tap the black card on the titlebar

Pick your white card(s) by tapping the blue button. (You can unselect a card the same way)

When everyone has dealt their cards, tap the black card on the iPad, and pick show hands

As the czar, pick the best card

Have fun, and let me know about your feedback; also - have a great new years party!

Notes

Points have to be added by each player manually as for now.

If you leave to another view from the player view, you lose your hand.

#2 Edited by orangefisk (13 posts) -

I am currently working on integrating a token based system, where you can play with multiple devices in the same game (with the same cards / czar cards), along with winner selection and points.

You can have a look at the current development page here:

www.cahapp.com/online

#3 Posted by orangefisk (13 posts) -

Sweet, I'll email the dear lads then :) Anyways, the web app does have its place somewhere I am sure.

#5 Edited by orangefisk (13 posts) -

Cards Against Humanity, the missing web app.

I've tried to get my hands on Cards Against Humanity for some time now, but sadly they currently only ship to Canada & the States (when they have stock that is). If you ask them nicely, they might be declined to send you the cards.

So saturday I had a little time on my hands, and decided to whip this little thing up. The idea is that everyone you know either has a iPhone or an iPad - so if you want to play and you can't get your hands on the cards, you'll just use the webapp.

It's still a work in progress, but most stuff should be working. There is currently 100 white cards, and 60 black cards. I've only optimized for webkit, as well as webkit mobile.

It's free - will remain free - and is just a web / mobile version of the game. It's still in development, but is currently working.

Let me know if you like it, and if you have any suggestions for improvement.

Visit the website

www.cahapp.com

Game website

www.cardsagainsthumanity.com

#6 Posted by orangefisk (13 posts) -

Well; Mc. Donalds think that is the case. And as they make quite a couple of sandwiches each year, I would go for a shaky yes. 

#7 Posted by orangefisk (13 posts) -
Left 4 Dead - was playing coop with  a friend. The best way to cure major hangovers. 
#8 Posted by orangefisk (13 posts) -
@Dad_Is_A_Zombie said:
" I honestly don't know but I hope they don't just throw something out there just for the sake of doing so. The difference between this generation of consoles and last are huge and worthwhile. If bad 3D and motion control is all the next generation has to offer as an improvement I'd rather they didn't bother. "
Well, I actually hope the next generation of consoles will be more about cloud gaming than faster processors. By using cloud computing for rendering, physics and such would be very interesting. Instead of updating hardware units in a cycle, you would just need to develop the cloud servers. We will have the latest and greatest graphics and performance, without the need to upgrade the client consoles. Anyways, that would be a pretty nice upgrade for the next gen ;)
#9 Posted by orangefisk (13 posts) -

Now that Microsoft just released their revamped version of the 360, and Sony released their slim version a while back; when do you think we see the next generation of awesome super consoles?

#10 Posted by orangefisk (13 posts) -
@Milkman said:
" Jeff. After he left GameSpot, I followed his blog and came here. "
That's exactly the same for me. And of course this turned into the best gaming site online :)