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(Originally aired on May 30th, 2020)
In this official premiere of GamePlay Live, we'll be playing some of our favorite Jackbox party games, including Quiplash 2, Survive the Internet, Split the Room, and Joke Boat.
Check out Jackbox Party Packs 3 through 6 here:
Party Pack 3: https://store.steampowered.com/app/434170/The_Jackbox_Party_Pack_3/
Party Pack 4: https://store.steampowered.com/app/610180/The_Jackbox_Party_Pack_4/
Party Pack 5: https://store.steampowered.com/app/774461/The_Jackbox_Party_Pack_5/
Party Pack 6: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1005300/The_Jackbox_Party_Pack_6/
Quiplash 2 (2:20)
Survive the Internet (46:59)
Split the Room (1:10:11)
Joke Boat (1:35:30)
Game Information: Quiplash 2 (Jackbox Party Pack 3), Survive the Internet (Jackbox Party Pack 4), Split the Room (Jackbox Party Pack 5), and Joke Boat (Jackbox Party Pack 6)
Quiplash 2: The sequel to the highly-acclaimed party game, released back in 2015. New features include Audience Play-Along, and a new Last Lash with three categories: Word Lash, Acro Lash, and Comic Lash. (Oh, and the ability to create your own prompts.)
Survive the Internet: Internet roasting has never been this much fun; it's a fill-in-the-blank type game, where you are given a question, and that answer is given to another player, who'll be attempting to take it out of context. After all the responses are shown on-screen, the players and the audience have to vote on which one is the most ridiculous.
Split the Room: A decision-making game starring an omnipresent cat named Mayonnaise (according to the Jackbox merch store), where you are given a hypothetical situation, and you have to choose to either accept it or deny it. The final round is where you'll have to pick two different answers.
Joke Boat: A comedy-oriented game, starring Chuck Hull, captain of the Sea Minus, where you're a ventriloquist on a cruise ship trying to make the best stand-up routine, with the players and the audience voting on which one's the best. The final round is where you have to recycle previous jokes and vote whether or not they're better than the original.