Jackbox Party Pack

Disclaimer:  I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  i was not paid to write this review.  All opinions are my own.

My sister sold her house last week and we spent the entire weekend packing up all her stuff and moving it....  We though it will take us an hour tops.  2 days later when we finally finished I was done!  My back hurt, my shoulders hurt, my legs, my well my EVERYTHING!  All I wanted to do was go home and curl up on the couch with my family.  I was in for a surprise when I got home because my hubby downloaded the new Jackbox Party game!

So you may not know this about my family, but family game night is kind of our thing.  We have a huge chest filled with board and card games.  And it is nothing for us to have 15-20 family members at our house playing games.  We like our board games and that is basically what Jackbox Party is, digital board games!

Quiplash 2 (3-8 players)
The say-anything sequel. Play all new questions or make your own!
Trivia Murder Party (1-8 players)
A deadly quiz show where you match wits with a trivia-obsessed killer.
This is a great sequel to the first game!
Guesspionage (2-8 players)
The brain-battering data-mining guessing game.
I liked this one, because everyone has a fair chance at winning.  It is just a bunch of random data.
Tee K.O. (3-8 players)
The t-shirt slugfest where you battle your custom t-shirts to the death!
My kiddos love this one, I'm okay with it.  Honest I do think this is for a younger player.  You make a shirt and then have the other players vote on it
Fakin’ It (3-6 players)
One of your friends has something to hide in this sneaky game for tricksters.
This one is a bit harder!  We loved it though and see to play this one the most
Play using your phones, tablets, or computers. No extra controllers needed!

Okay so I like the fact we can use our devices to play.  It stinks when I have family over and we of course only have the 2 controllers.  Well  everyone I know has a phone, now everyone can play at once!  And the games are fun for all ages!  You can turn on the family friendly mode that way even the youngest of players can get in on the fun.   I did notice the more players you have the better.  So I would def. get a group together when you plan to play.