Legendary Hip-Hop group Cypress Hill is encouraging people to "HotBox" together.
Cypress Hill has linked up with FITZ Games to release a new card game called "HotBox." The weed-centric game is a twist on Cards Against Humanity, noting that players have to respond to various funny queues on each card. The game cards prompt players to perform several dares and challenges that might involve bringing people into the game who weren't initially playing to perform dares that include another player to slapping you or you FaceTime your ex.
In an interview with Forbes Cypress Hill rapper B-Real says, "It is pretty outrageous. It was just so funny that it got people involved, even though they weren't necessarily a part of the game."
The game highlights cannabis and cannabis culture encouraging tokers to light up while playing.
"You know if stoners are playing they're smoking while they're playing," says B Real. "Me, I'd be smokin a joint, most likely, but other people would probably be doing bong hits or they'd be doing dab hits," B-Real says to Forbes.
Best played with 4-10 people, the deck comes with 420 cards, with expansion packs offering different themes covering Cypress Hill's music and history, munchies, and "other drugs."
Pricing for the base game retails $24.99 with the expansion packs running $14.99. Cop your "HotBox" card game on Amazon or Cypress Hill's website.
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