Dehumanize Your Friends!

Dehumanize Your Friends!


*** This game requires a Chromecast device and at least 2* people ***

*!* The most recent update (1.5.0) utilizes an updated version of the Dehumanize Your Friends custom receiver application. This version is not backwards-compatible with any previous versions of this application. Also, If you're having issues with the Cast icon not showing up, try restarting your Chromecast device. *!*

Disclaimer: There are a lot of rather naughty words and phrases in this game, consider yourself warned.

Dehumanize Your Friends! is a basic party game for horrible people. The objective of the game is to respond to a question or statement that has had a certain word or phrase removed by playing one of the cards in your hand that contains a different random word or phrase. The idea is to make the worst combination possible, something that would make your mother want to never speak to you again.

The game will start when enough players have joined the session and pressed their ready buttons (the game currently requires 2 players to start, but you really need at least 3 players to start having fun.) A 'King' is chosen, they're assigned to read the card on display for all to hear - preferably in a dramatic manner, and they're also the player that will ultimately choose the best answer after reading all submissions. All other players are given the chance to submit a card for consideration. After all players have submitted a white card, the czar chooses the best answer and awards the player that played it 1 Super Mega Point.

** This game is in beta at the moment - if you have any feedback or suggestions, please feel free to email me or join the Google+ Beta community here: https://plus.google.com/communities/111115579358934454915

Dehumanize Your Friends! is a card game engine to play popular games such as Cards Against Humanity or Apples to Apples on your chromecast device. Cards Against Humanity is available at cardsagainsthumanity.com, where you can buy it or download and print it out yourself. It is distributed under a Creative Commons - Attribution - Noncommercial - Share Alike license. This android application is in no way endorsed or sponsored by the fine folks at cardsagainsthumanity.com.

Recent changes:
* Now includes most popular expansions for Cards Against Humanity
* Winning card is displayed after being chosen
* Many bigfixes and visual tweaks.
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3.8
User ratings
1534
Installs
50,000+
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File size
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About Dehumanize Your Friends!
*** This game requires a Chromecast device and at least 2* people ***

*!* The most recent update (1.5.0) utilizes an updated version of the Dehumanize Your Friends custom receiver application. This version is not backwards-compatible with any previous versions of this application. Also, If you're having issues with the Cast icon not showing up, try restarting your Chromecast device. *!*

Disclaimer: There are a lot of rather naughty words and phrases in this game, consider yourself warned.

Dehumanize Your Friends! is a basic party game for horrible people. The objective of the game is to respond to a question or statement that has had a certain word or phrase removed by playing one of the cards in your hand that contains a different random word or phrase. The idea is to make the worst combination possible, something that would make your mother want to never speak to you again.

The game will start when enough players have joined the session and pressed their ready buttons (the game currently requires 2 players to start, but you really need at least 3 players to start having fun.) A 'King' is chosen, they're assigned to read the card on display for all to hear - preferably in a dramatic manner, and they're also the player that will ultimately choose the best answer after reading all submissions. All other players are given the chance to submit a card for consideration. After all players have submitted a white card, the czar chooses the best answer and awards the player that played it 1 Super Mega Point.

** This game is in beta at the moment - if you have any feedback or suggestions, please feel free to email me or join the Google+ Beta community here: https://plus.google.com/communities/111115579358934454915

Dehumanize Your Friends! is a card game engine to play popular games such as Cards Against Humanity or Apples to Apples on your chromecast device. Cards Against Humanity is available at cardsagainsthumanity.com, where you can buy it or download and print it out yourself. It is distributed under a Creative Commons - Attribution - Noncommercial - Share Alike license. This android application is in no way endorsed or sponsored by the fine folks at cardsagainsthumanity.com.

Recent changes:
* Now includes most popular expansions for Cards Against Humanity
* Winning card is displayed after being chosen
* Many bigfixes and visual tweaks.

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A Google User
6 days ago
Wow I can't even play the game. I won't let me start the only thing I can tap on the screen is player options
A Google User
Sep 9, 2014
what the hell dude i cant even get passed the player options. there is no game play option so i havent even been able to play the game.
A Google User
Sep 9, 2014
It won't work It won't let me past the first screen
A Google User
Sep 8, 2014
Galaxy s3 Wouldn't let me past the home screen. Was still able to change my name n settings, cant play tho. B.s.
A Google User
Sep 7, 2014
Buggy but fun Game works pretty much the same as the "real thing" but there are a few annoying bugs. Nothing that gets in the way of playing a round, though. Also some typos in a few of the questions. Finally, and most importantly, the Chromecast screen needs to be less static. Having white squares on a black background in the same spot for a long time risks permanently damaging plasma TV displays due to burn-in. This isn't a problem on LCD displays but definitely is on plasma.