Metascore
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Generally favorable reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. Apr 21, 2011
    85
    Yeah, multiplayer would've been nice and who wouldn't want more quizzes (although updates to the game could bring those), but for $5 on the iPad or $3 on the iPhone, you're getting a trivia game that sucks you in with witty dialogue and clever questions.
  2. May 2, 2011
    80
    The 20 included episodes are far less than the console versions, and due to their linear nature there's not really much reason to replay them multiple times, but the developer seems keen on adding additional episodes and features in updates.
  3. May 2, 2011
    80
    You don't know Jack is the most fun trivia game I have played on any console or computer.
  4. Apr 29, 2011
    80
    If you like your trivia funny, challenging, and a little risqué, there's simply no better choice on the App Store. Now let's just hope they can keep churning out new episodes as quickly as I can keep playing them.
  5. Apr 28, 2011
    80
    If you like your trivia with a healthy side of snark and a touch of risque, age hasn't mellowed You Don't Know Jack one bit, and it emerges onto the app scene as a very smart and sharp challenge for grown-ups.
  6. Apr 20, 2011
    80
    If you've had the chance to play YOU DON'T KNOW JACK games before you'll know what you're in for here; if you've not had the pleasure, strap yourself in for some high energy quiz-show fun.
  7. Apr 15, 2011
    80
    Simply put, You Don't Know Jack is the kind of experience that not only stretches the mind with challenge, but inversely massages it with humor to ease the blow of defeat.
  8. Apr 19, 2011
    75
    You Don't Know Jack is the funniest trivia game on the App Store, if you're able to turn on the audio.
  9. May 5, 2011
    70
    Though limited by its mystifying lack of multiplayer and the shelf life of its pop references, You Don't Know Jack is a fun quiz game.
  10. Apr 18, 2011
    60
    The real kicker, though, is the lack of wireless multiplayer. You Don't Know Jack, at least for now, is a solo affair, while the recently released console versions support up to four players simultaneously.

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