Jackbox Party Pack 1 & 2 Headed to Switch

Jackbox Games have announced on Twitter that the previous iterations of their Party Pack titles will also be hitting Nintendo’s newest platform.

According to the latest from the developer, it looks like we’ll soon have access to the first two Jackbox titles – with their mini-games explained in brief detail (and as they were originally) below.

Party Pack 1

  • The comedy trivia sensation YOU DON’T KNOW JACK 2015 (1-4 players) with hundreds of all-new questions.
  • The hilarious bluffing game Fibbage XL (2-8 players), with 50% more questions added to the original hit game Fibbage.
  • The bizarre drawing game Drawful (3-8 players), where you draw right there on your phone or tablet.
  • The racy-as-you-want-to-be fill-in-the-blank word game Word Spud (2-8 players).
  • The wacky-fact-filled Lie Swatter (1-100 players).

Party Pack 2

  • Fibbage 2 (2-8 players) – The runaway hit bluffing game with over 500 brand-new questions, more than 2x the original! Plus new features, like the deFIBrillator!
  • Earwax (3-8 players) – The hear-larious sound-effects game that will leave you up to your ears in laughter! Cow moo? Huge explosion? Or tiny fart? Which to choose?
  • Bidiots (3-6 players) – The absurd art auction game where you draw right there on your phone or tablet. Outbid your opponents for weird art pieces – drawn by players themselves – and win this strangely competitive auction game! Don’t be a bidiot!
  • Quiplash XL (3-8 players) – The say-anything, gut-busting Quiplash XL (3-8 players), which includes everything in Quiplash, Quip Pack 1, AND over 100 brand-new prompts!
  • Bomb Corp. (1-4 players) – The bomb-defusing nailbiter of a party game! As interns at Bomb Corp., you must defuse random bombs in the office in order to keep your jobs. You’ll probably die, but it’ll be good work experience!

Does that sound good to you? Well here’s the announcement tweet to back me up;



Jackbox Party Pack 3 is already available on the system, and Jackbox Party Pack 4 appears to be an unquestionable assumption at this point, but now you’ll be able to get a hold of the whole set – once we get some release dates, of course.

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