A Microsoft employee developed a “Cards Against Humanity”-style game for company insiders and fans alike, called “Bedlam.”The game was created in 2014 and has since been played by an estimated 10,000 people, often in Microsoft team events. You can download it for free, too, if you want to play it.The game’s creator – 20-year Microsoft veteran and creator of Microsoft’s “unofficial mascot” ninjacat KC Lemson – shared cards from the latest edition with Business Insider.Lemson estimates she’s sold as many as 1,200 copies in the past five years.Click here to read more BI Prime storiesIf you ever find yourself at a Microsoft team-building event – or just hanging out with some of the so-called Softies who work there – you might end up playing a few hands of “Bedlam.” The card game, which plays like

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