PG-14 Cards

We hope that you will take the time to read through all the cards before using Control-Alt-Hack™, especially if you are an educator of teens or pre-teens; however, in case you do not have the opportunity, we want to call your attention to some particular cards which may not be appropriate for all audiences. While - as representatives of the University of Washington and as individuals - we strive to be tasteful, humor and playfulness can often incorporate innuendo or other potentially sensitive topics. Depending on your particular policies and audience, you may wish to remove some of the cards from the game. Removing these cards does have an effect on gameplay balance, but the game can still be played without them.

    Alcohol Content
  • Hungover
  • Mix and Mingle
  • Anya
  • Getting Lucky
  • That's What She Said
  • I'd Tap That
  • Love Is in the Air
  • Fortune Cookie Fun
  • Trojan Protection
  • Cookie-Blocked
  • A Healthy Dose of Security
  • A Rash Decision (if it is posited that the embarrassing rash is of a "social" variety)
  • Playing with Train
  • Going All the Way
  • You Don't Know Where That's Been (the title could be construed as innuendo)
    Censored Cursing
  • Cr@**y Connection
  • Poker Night (might imply actual gambling
  • Espresso Machine (talks about late nights)
  • Too Much Caffeine
  • Minibar, Mini-bill (while responsible disclosure is involved, this is performed without prior approval)

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