Composure, the Card Game Filled with Outlandish Ideas and Controversial Truths, Launches on Kickstarter

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Composure prides itself as the card game that ends in roaring laughter or broken friendships by measuring who can discuss challenging topics without squirming

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We aren’t holding back with this game. Each game should end in roaring laughter, broken friendships or divorce. And if it doesn’t, you’re doing it wrong.

Today, Composure launches on Kickstarter with a funding goal of $25,000 for the adult card game that is more intense than Cards Against Humanity, Bad People or What Do You Meme. Composure challenges groups of friends to reveal their “true-self” by discussing topics of sexuality, race, politics, religion, socio-economics, brutality and more.

“Have you ever been at a party, playing card games and thought, ‘this is really weak?’ Composure pushes the limits by testing everyone’s comfort zones. It's all about tough questions that are embarrassing to answer,” said Composure Founder Albert Chou. “We aren’t holding back with this game. Each game should end in roaring laughter, broken friendships or divorce. And if it doesn’t, you’re doing it wrong.”

Composure is not for the faint of heart and different from other adult card games in two ways: the game is more offensive, risque, and politically incorrect than competing card games, and the game incorporates the use of chips that serve as points.

Composure is a multiplayer game which features 200 cards and 100 game chips for playing. There are multiple ways to play, but the suggested rules are as follows: each player starts with 10 chips and 10 cards, and each card represents a discussion. To start a round, all players ante to the pot, The Dealer takes a card from the hand, and challenges another player. The player must answer with composure or lose a chip to the pot. Once answered, all players join in discussion. To earn chips, players must openly participate and attempt to break the composure of others to earn. In order to earn, players must also keep their own composure, so no laughing at stories, or getting mad at others. The game ends when all cards have been used or it is time to leave. The winner of the game is the player with the most chips.

Composure is currently available for a discounted price of $19 on Kickstarter. For more information about the campaign, visit

About Savage Society Games
Albert Chou created the game Composure once he noticed that, all around him, everyone was becoming sensitive. He believes society has gotten to a place where no one can say anything anymore without offending someone. He remembers growing up in a different time, being made fun of and believes that is part of his life and made him who he is. With Composure, he wants to bring back the opportunity for society to talk openly and speak freely. The company currently has multiple titles queued for release if funding is successful. For more information about Savage Society Games, visit

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