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  • Summary: Fibbage is the studio’s newest, humor-laden trivia party game. The game challenges players to fool their friends with lies, avoid selecting their friends’ lies, and find the (usually zany) truths to some very unusual facts.

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  1. Oct 9, 2014
    40
    Fibbage is a fun idea, and can be a blast if you play with the right people, but you’re not going to be coming back to it very often.
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  1. Sep 19, 2014
    10
    Best part of Fibbage is that it plays through your Internet browser so you can play with people from all over the world and only the hostBest part of Fibbage is that it plays through your Internet browser so you can play with people from all over the world and only the host needs to purchase the game (currently $6.99). The only downside is that the questions may become repetitive if you plan on playing this game habitually.

    I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoys trivia games that require a bit of strategy.
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  2. Sep 18, 2014
    10
    This is a great party game! From the makers of You Don't Know Jack, and narrated by the YDKJ narrator, this is a trivia game for 2-8 players.This is a great party game! From the makers of You Don't Know Jack, and narrated by the YDKJ narrator, this is a trivia game for 2-8 players. What sets it apart from other trivia games is that the players use their smartphone or tablet (you could use a laptop or PC as well) to enter a "lie" that will be used as incorrect answer. The questions and answers are so out there, you never know which is the correct one and which is a lie (unless you're full of useless knowledge). There are four possible answers, so for games with more than 3 people, the ability to enter a lie is handled through a rotation, as is the ability to choose the category. Points are given out for selecting the correct answer, and for other players selecting your lie as their answer. There are three stages, with the points available increasing with each stage. The player with the most points at the end wins the game.

    Well worth $6.99.
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  3. Sep 26, 2014
    9
    It's hilarious and addicting. The trivia questions are fill-in-the-blank style, like Cards Against Humanity, and everyone enters a lie onIt's hilarious and addicting. The trivia questions are fill-in-the-blank style, like Cards Against Humanity, and everyone enters a lie on their phone or tablet (or computer if you really want.) Then, out of all the answers given, you try to find the correct answer. You get points if you get the right answer, and you get points if somebody picks your lie.

    The game's mechanics are perfect in my eyes. This game makes it actually fun to not know the answer to trivia questions. Instead of winning being based off of whether you know the answers or not, you have to use your skills of deduction. Maybe one answer is obviously not the real answer and was written in. Maybe an answer was obviously written by a certain friend. Maybe one answer wasn't funny enough, and if it were the answer, it probably wouldn't have been made into a question in the game in the first place. Then, in the end, even if nobody chooses the right answer, players still get points based on how believable their lies were.

    One other bonus is that when you lie, and it's actually the truth, it tells you. It's super-rewarding to just snatch up the right answer right after that. Players can also "like" answers, and at the end of the game, the player with the most likes gets a trophy, so you can be playing a trivia game, a lying game, and game like Cards Against Humanity all at the same time.

    Only gripe is that the website doesn't always work 100%. Even when the servers aren't having trouble, having the Wi-Fi in another room or not having the best 4G connection means somebody will have trouble at least at some point getting the website to respond in time.
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  4. Dec 10, 2014
    9
    Disregarding connectivity issues, "Fibbage" is a cheap party game that any one can play. Young kids, hardcore gamers, grandparents and evenDisregarding connectivity issues, "Fibbage" is a cheap party game that any one can play. Young kids, hardcore gamers, grandparents and even the whitest of white girls will enjoy the simplicity and the abundance of fun the game delivers. Expand
  5. Sep 25, 2014
    8
    Same idea as something like the board game Balderdash. This game is great to find on the PS4 live streams because you can just use yourSame idea as something like the board game Balderdash. This game is great to find on the PS4 live streams because you can just use your laptop or pad/phone to join the game as you watch it. I think this would have been better if instead of getting a real life person to do all the commentary, they just had a computerized voice.. that way they could add new question content to it easily. And that brings me to the bad part, the questions.. there just aren't enough of them so you quickly get to the point of knowing every truth. Expand
  6. Dec 6, 2014
    8
    This is a fun game, but if you want it, just get the Jackbox party game, it has even more questions. It is fun, but I feel like there needs toThis is a fun game, but if you want it, just get the Jackbox party game, it has even more questions. It is fun, but I feel like there needs to be some free DLC. Expand