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[PC] Epic - The Jackbox Party Pack 7 - $16.49 (was $44.99) (price with $15 off coupon) - Epic Store

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This is a great price for the 7th instalment of the Jackbox Party Pack. All time lowest price according to ITAD.

From the website:

Five new games: the hit threequel Quiplash 3, the collaborative chaos of Devils and the Details, the fierce drawing game Champ’d Up, the speech game Talking Points and the guessing game Blather Round. Use phones as controllers and play with up to 8 players!

Five new incredible party games to bring the fun!

  • The say-anything threequel Quiplash 3 (3-8 players). Get big laughs answering the quirkiest prompts.
  • The collaborative chaos game The Devils and the Details (3-8 players). Can you survive the daily torture of human life?
  • The drawing fighting game Champ’d Up (3-8 players) . Can you take down the heavy favorite?
  • The on-the-spot speech game Talking Points (3-8 players). Just keep talking whether it makes sense or not.
  • The pop culture guessing game Blather Round (2-6 players). It’s a good fun time experience.

Play using phones, tablets or computers. No extra controllers needed!
NOTE: The Jackbox Party Pack 7 is in English only.
NOTE: The game is local multiplayer but can be enjoyed over streams with remote players.

Enjoy!

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    so tempted wish it was this price on steam ;-;

  • +2 votes

    These are great fun, have the whole pack 1 through to 7

    Just on the DL, all of these can be downloaded for free very easily through a simple google search.
    Although you won't be supporting the creators in this case so not recommended.

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      The creators who priced this at $45.

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    Loved the entire series. Have played it with friends, with family and even a few times at work.

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    It's great price! I can use the savings to try and find some friends to play with.

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    I already have a couple of other JPP's on Steam and was thinking of getting this and the recent JPP 5 from Epic.
    People have mentioned they wish they were on Steam instead, can someone explain to a non-gamer why that is; and can you only claim one $15 coupon per Epic account?

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      You can claim as many $15 coupons as you want. Every time you buy a game $22.99+ Epic will automatically give you a new voucher.

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      For me personally I just prefer them to all to be on one software and I just like the interface of steam better , however that is just me. I only have some steam credit I want to use too so there that

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      I would often tend to flit between different JPP titles so having them all in one store would be "easier".

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        Found this from the other thread, so sounds easy enough-

        jonzooz on 21/05/2021 - 09:30
        I want jackbox but I dont like having them on 2 platforms xd

        wangasm on 21/05/2021 - 11:54
        If you're referring to Steam, you can add a shortcut to the Jackbox game in Steam after installing it in Epic. You can then directly launch it from Steam without even needing the Epic launcher open.

        jonzooz on 22/05/2021 - 11:16
        would i need to download the epic launcher tho?

        wangasm on 22/05/2021 - 11:18
        Yes

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    How's this compare to the previous versions, have 1-6 and they all have a handful of decent games (along with the crap)

  • +1 vote

    Haven't played these for years - aren't they very US-centric?

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    Own 1-6, but heard 7 wasn't great. Can anyone vouch for these games for medium sized groups?