Buzzfeed Made A Card Game Out Of Social Media

Buzzfeed Made A Card Game Out Of Social Media
Design

The game is centered on sending or posting awkward messages

Zack Palm
  • 10 november 2017

In the era of social media, embarrassing comments and pictures being leaked online are a given. Well, BuzzFeed tapped into the social awkwardness involved and turned it into a card game called Social Sabotage.

In the game, players pick up three cards from two different piles and have to choose to follow one card from each pile. One of the piles tell the players what type of message or picture they need to send, and the other tells them where to send it. The location of the awkward message or picture can vary from a social media website to a person on their contact list. The cards were designed to embarrass the players, not the ones receiving the messages.

Anyone interested in purchasing Social Sabotage can do so at Walmart or on Jet.com.

Social Sabotage

In the era of social media, embarrassing comments and pictures being leaked online are a given. Well, BuzzFeed tapped into the social awkwardness involved and turned it into a card game called Social Sabotage.

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