Save up to 45%: Multiple Jackbox Party Pack games (for the PS4 only) are on sale as of Jan. 14, getting you the $24.99 social distancing necessity for as low as $9.99.
Continuing our quest to master the art of hanging-out-with-friends-but-not-IRL, some Jackbox games are a must to have in your back pocket.
Jackbox makes on-screen party games from Scrabble-ish type scenarios, to fast-paced problem solving, to trivia, to fill-in-the-blank situations that can get as racy and awkward as your little heart desires. They’re perfect for nights when the app version of King’s Cup isn’t going well and Mario Kart on FaceTime is getting old, and make a great gift for someone in a long-distance relationship or friendship.
Each game will show up in a Party Pack: a collection of four or five games that come with a one-time purchase. PlayStation 4 owners can grab almost every Party Pack on sale right now through Jan. 25, with some (including one with Quiplash, unequivocally the best) as low as $9.99. As long as each household has a PS4, only one person needs to own the actual Party Pack. The others can simply put in a one-time code to join the room.
We’ve lined up the best of the deals for you to check out:
Jackbox Party Pack (You Don’t Know Jack 2015, Fibbage XL, Drawful, Word Spud, Lie Swatter) — $9.99 (save $15)
Jackbox Party Pack 2 (Fibbage 2, Earwax, Bidiots, Quiplash XL, Bomb Corp.) — $9.99 (save $15)
Jackbox Party Pack 3 (Quiplash 2, Trivia Murder Party, Guesspionage, Tee K.O., Fakin’ It) — $16.24 (save $8.75)
Jackbox Party Pack 6 (Trivia Murder Party 2, Role Models, Joke Boat, Dictionarium, Push the Button) — $20.99 (save $9)
Jackbox Party Pack 7 (Quiplash 3, The Devil and the Details, Champ’d Up, Talking Points, Blather ‘Round) — $22.49 (save $7.50)
Some standalone titles are also discounted:
Quiplash — $4.99 (save $5)
Drawful 2 — $5.49 (save $4.50)
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