Free Downloads

Download your own printable game for free. You will need access to a printer, preferably thicker paper (card stock) and scissors:


Game Developers: Dr. Mack, Dr. Maruyama, Dr. Ip and Dr. Gragassin

Click here to download a .pdf file that you can print from home, cut-out along the gray lines and play: DAT Trivia – Print, Cut and Play!

Click here to download a .pdf file that you can print onto perforated business card sheets, no cutting involved: DAT Trivia – Perforated business cards

Click here to download a .pdf file that has the black backside with the DAT logo on it! DAT Trivia with backside logos



Game Developers: Dr. Maruyama, Dr. Mack, and Blake Fillion

This version contains course language and is intended for people 18 years of age and older. If you haven’t played the game that inspired us, Cards Against Humanity, please check them out first. Play at your own risk. User discretion is advised.

Click here to download a .pdf file that you can print from home, cut-out along the gray lines and play: The Horrible Version 18+ (New Cards!)

If you would like to have the DAT logo on the backsides of the cards, here you go! But, just to pre-warn, it does use a lot of black ink… The Horrible Version 18+ Double Sided Printing



“We wish you the best of luck. Sounds like you’re doing a really great thing to keep kids from a really dumb drug” – Cards Against Humanity


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  3. Hi there,

    I would love to be able to have a blank template to make cards that suit our context here in Perth Western Australia. I work in the sphere of opioid overdose prevention and overdose response and maange WA naloxne programs in community and prisons. Many of these cards are useful, however not all are relevant to our current landscape. In WA we have the highest OD rate per capita, and thankfully powdered fentanyl has not made inroads as yet, however we have a significant issue with the patches, we watch and wait.. I would like to be able to use this resource next week, all printed and ready! big ask i know, but what are the chances of a downloadable editable card?

    Kind regards,

    Grace Oh

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