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  • Summary: Five new games: the hit threequel Quiplash 3, the collaborative chaos of The Devils and the Details, the fierce drawing game Champ’d Up, the speech game Talking Points and the guessing game Blather 'Round. Use phones or tablets as controllers and play with up to 8 players, and an audience ofFive new games: the hit threequel Quiplash 3, the collaborative chaos of The Devils and the Details, the fierce drawing game Champ’d Up, the speech game Talking Points and the guessing game Blather 'Round. Use phones or tablets as controllers and play with up to 8 players, and an audience of 10,000. Expand

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The Jackbox Party Pack 7 - Launch Trailer
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. Oct 16, 2020
    90
    The thing I'm most impressed within this pack is that the quality of all of the games is so high. With most Jackbox Party Packs, there's one or two that you'll end up avoiding or that doesn't quite match up to the others in the bundle, but each game in The Jackbox Party Pack 7 offers something different and appeal to nearly everyone. You'll have an immense amount of fun with this pack, and it might just be the best Jackbox Party Pack yet.
  2. Oct 20, 2020
    90
    There are no duds (or, perhaps, spuds) in this pack, and each feels designed to lose their charm more slowly than most.
  3. Nov 11, 2020
    80
    I thought Jackbox Party Pack 7 could not surprise me. Every year usually features a comparable selection of games with the usual ups and downs, but this year's selection is of a higher caliber. Even the weakest title is well thought out, making this a great offering that I am sure everyone can enjoy to some extent. Some of the games might be more restrictive if you prefer streaming or playing in larger groups, but that is a small downside when the included games are so much fun.
  4. Dec 5, 2020
    70
    The seventh instalment of the Jackbox Party Pack series has, unlike its predecessors, not a single bad minigame. While a quiz minigame is missing, its focus on American pop culture can make the game inaccessible for players from other cultural backgrounds. Despite some technical hiccups, the Jackbox Party Pack 7 is a delightful and diverting party game and best enjoyed with good friends.
  5. Oct 26, 2020
    64
    Quiplash still steals the show, but together with Blather Round it is not enough to save this rather weak selection of party games.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
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  1. Jan 18, 2021
    10
    Even just from a glance at the game's menu, it's easy to tell how much Jackbox's budget has surged due to its ever-growing popularity. AndEven just from a glance at the game's menu, it's easy to tell how much Jackbox's budget has surged due to its ever-growing popularity. And this pack is DEFINITELY my new favorite.

    Quiplash 3 (3-8 Players, Optional Family Friendly Filter): Quiplash is back, and it's better than ever. Tons of new useful settings, a nice-looking Claymation style aesthetic, and even more with custom prompts, Quiplash 3 retains and expands its depth and enjoyability. Final Review: Good

    The Devils and the Details (3-8 Players, Optional Family Friendly Filter): This game is a blast, taking on a whole new idea of Jackbox games. It's about teamwork and helping others, while also trying to keep your personal score at the top through the doing of selfish tasks. A risk was taken with this new idea, and man, they are good at math. Final Review: Good

    Champ'd Up (3-8 Players, Optional Family Friendly Filter): Champ'd Up is the drawing game of the pack, and it's about drawing contenters to fit categories like "Champion of Bread." It also involves drawing competitors to titles you don't even know. It's my favorite Jackbox drawing game, and is great fun with the different things you can make. Final Review: Good

    Talking Points (3-8 Players, Optional Family Friendly Filter): My favorite game in the pack, Talking Points involves making presentations with content and pictures you have absolutely no idea about. You just have to keep talking. Final Review: Good

    Blather 'Round (2-6 Players, Inherently Family Friendly): Blather 'Round is a charades-like guessing game about trying to describe a word to the other players, but you're very limited. I've heard lots of people say it's only okay, but I really enjoy it. Final Review: Good

    Jackbox 7 is AMAZING. All five games in this pack are great, and it'll keep you and your friends laughing for hours.

    Final Score: 10/10
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  2. Oct 16, 2020
    9
    The family and I love Jackbox games and have played them all lots - especially during Covid.

    We’ve just bought and played through the whole
    The family and I love Jackbox games and have played them all lots - especially during Covid.

    We’ve just bought and played through the whole pack tonight, and for my money, this is the best pack yet. These games are all great, and unlike other packs, there are no duds.

    You can see shadows of previous games in all of the new titles, but with improvements. There is Quiplash 3 which is, well Quiplash - a great game. Talking Points is a little like Patently Stupid but with more to get your teeth into, and funnier for it. Champ'd up is a little like Tee KO but more polished. Blather Round feels a little like Dictionarium but better, and Devils in the detail is something a bit new. It's a collaboration game with an aesthetic a little like Monster Seeking Monster. It's the perfect game to get the family shouting at each other. That's what happened in our house anyway!
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  3. Oct 16, 2020
    8
    This party pack is really good. I would go so far so say that all the games in the pack are enjoyable and have quite high replay value. In theThis party pack is really good. I would go so far so say that all the games in the pack are enjoyable and have quite high replay value. In the past, there will always probably be a dud game *ptb in jpp6(if you get the reference then good for you)*, but in this pack even the weakest game was at least average to me. Although the price may be a bit steep, my recommendation if you are unsure whether to purchase it, wait for a discount. Also, sub to randomgamer800 on youtube. Expand
  4. Jan 2, 2021
    7
    The Jackbox Party Pack 7
    More fun to be had
    The Jackbox Party Pack 7 like everyother party pack is a 5 pack of party games that ar most fun
    The Jackbox Party Pack 7
    More fun to be had
    The Jackbox Party Pack 7 like everyother party pack is a 5 pack of party games that ar most fun with 4 or more players, and instead of controllers you use your phone, and party pack 7 definitely makes some improvements..
    Included are quiplash 3 which is now my favorite version of quiplash, here you fill in the blanks anonymously and everyone else playing picks their favorite, and a las you can pick who your little character is as you play instead of random choice, something ive been wanting jackbox to do from the start, next is the devils and the details, this is a party game that requires a lot of communication, something I consider tobe the spiritual successor to bomb corp, you’re a family doing chores on your screen for points, a lot of those chores requiring the assistance of others around you… and much like the game being about chores, this game is a chore to play… It can be fun for like 2 rounds, but that’s about it… then we have one of my favorite jackbox games, champd upwher youre giving a champion description to draw, and then everyone votes on the best champaion based on the given title, jackbox is usually at its best when it allows you to get creative, and champd upo is no exception… then we haveprobably one of the worst games in jabox history.. talking points, you give a speech while your random partner gives you random slide to talk over while everyone reacts to you, its awful, don’t understand how it works, ot how you ultimately win, but its there.. and the last game included is blather ‘round, a game that’s surely to be a staple in the jacbox family, here you choose a persona place or thing, an then slowly you get more words to give clues, while everyone else tries to be the first to guess, you can also use their wrong guesses to give hints to everyone earning that player points as well.. this game can be frustrating when you have no way to make sense of your words, but it’s a fun frustrating..
    Overall Jackbox Party Pack 7 I pretty solid and with 3 out of 5 great games in this collection, its one worth adding to your jackbox pile
    I give The Jackbox Party Pack 7
    a 7.5/10
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