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To play two player game, two 3x5 blank cards are prepared and cut into three, two and one. Cards 1 and 2 are used for any game that does not require a third word. A third word may be added if desired. If the third card is not needed, the cut cards are shuffled and two of the cards are placed in front of each player. The third card is placed in the middle of the table face down and the game begins with the player to the left of the third card taking the first turn.
Easy to learn, anyone can play! All players use the same blank cards, but each word has a different double sided cue card. All players play one card at a time. When played, the word cue card is placed face down on the table and the player who receives the next card is responsible for either matching the card with one of the currently lying cards or placing it on the table face up to be seen. If the player has no matching card, the word on the new card is the word to be used. In this way, there is only one word being used at any one time, but each player gets to share and see the game. Because of the nature of the game, it is common for two players to share the same card, but not the same word. The game ends when the last card has been played and players tally their points.
The game can be played in a number of ways. The simplest is for players to take turns drawing cards from the three stack. If the third card in the stack matches the word being played, the player is responsible for pointing to the word cue card face up to score one point. If the player is unable to find a match, the player to the right of the third card in the stack is responsible for pointing to the word cue card face up to score one point.
Another way to play is for the player to match the word on the first card with the one in front of them, or with the one on their right. If the player successfully matches the word, they get to keep the card and score one point. If the player fails, the player on their right is responsible for pointing to the word cue card face up to score one point. The scoring is tallied after the game and the player with the most points wins. And, finally, players can play a round of Rock, Paper, Scissors for a point.
Since the game only takes five cards, anyone can be the first person to play it. However, more often than not, a game of House Rules tends to be played in rounds, so the first person to play will be the last one to choose how many rounds to play.
Though the tabula rasa theory is considered untenable by modern psychologists, some others like to play with the theory and the idea of tabula rasa when designing their games. One example is the game Tabula Erotica that was designed by game designer and critic Julian Voss. This game is an adult version of Cards Against Humanity. It is played the same way as Cards Against Humanity, with two exceptions: instead of asking questions about the subject of the game, players are asked to answer questions that are socially awkward. 827ec27edc