Since Drawful was included in The Jackbox Party Pack back in 2014, it has become a runaway hit with thousands and thousands of really terrible drawings being created every day. We are pleased to announce that Jackbox Games will be releasing Drawful 2 in the Spring of 2016.
Here are some questions no one has asked yet because no one knew about it, but whose answers we think you might be interested in anyway.
Will Drawful 2 also be included in The Jackbox Party Pack 3?
No! The Jackbox Party Pack 3 will not have Drawful 2 in it. Nor will it have Drawful 2 XL, Drawful 2+ or Drawful 3: Owl’s Night Out.
Will there be an audience feature?
Yes! The audience will be able to play along and affect the score of the game.
Can I finally use multiple colors in my drawing?
Fine. You can have one more color. You can use two colors. That should be enough for anyone.
Will you include an eraser for my drawings?
No. Get it right the first time. Or don’t. It’s probably funnier if you don’t.
Through a partnership with Telltale Games, we’re excited to announce that The Jackbox Party Pack is now available in shiny-disc-form starting today! You can pick it up on PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360 in you favorite stores. The Jackbox Party Pack will be available in Europe on November 6th.
From Telltale Games:
“Working with some of the best partners in entertainment, we’re excited to be expanding our retail offerings in stores this fall across all platforms by bringing the highly innovative party game, ‘The Jackbox Party Pack’ to stores everywhere.” said Steve Allison, SVP of Publishing at Telltale Games. “We’re huge fans of the team at Jackbox Games. Their whip-smart writing and innovative approach to large group multiplayer via mobile devices in the living room and across the web is seamless, forward-thinking, and immeasurably fun to play.”
Now that we’ve been doing our weekly Friday Twitch stream for over a year, we’re excited to finally participate in Extra Life this fall. For those who don’t know, Extra Life is a charity where gamers raise money for Childrens Miracle Network hospitals by doing what they do best: playing a crapton of games.
We’ll by participating with an extra-long not-quite-24-hour-but-still-pretty-long Twitch stream on Friday, November 13. Spooooooky. Instead of streaming from 2PM-3PM we’ll be streaming from 9AM until at least 2AM.
Stay tuned to this page and follow @jackboxgames on twitter for the latest updates.
How Can I Help?
Lots of ways! The easiest way is by donating money to our Extra Life Team. You can also join our team and help raise money by doing your own fundraising streams. We will have some prizes for the biggest non-Jackbox fundraiser on our team. Otherwise, just spread the word by sharing this post on social media. And finally, watch our stream: http://twitch.tv/jackboxgames.
Why Aren’t You Streaming on November 7th Like Everyone Else
Because we’re not everyone else! Also, we thought we’d spread out a little bit. Also, November 7th isn’t Friday the 13th.
Will You Give Away Codes?
YES! We will be giving away codes — not just for our games, but we’ve reached out to our game dev friends and they’ve donated a bunch of other great games for us to give away too. There’s some great stuff, but you’ll need to tune in to get it. Giveaways include:
- The Jackbox Party Pack (Jackbox Games)
- The Jackbox Party Pack 2 (Jackbox Games)
- Quiplash (Jackbox Games)
- You Don’t Hear Jack (1 & 2) (Jackbox Games)
- Capsule Force (Iron Galaxy)
- Divekick (Iron Galaxy)
- Saints Row IV (Volition)
- Gat out of Hell (Volition)
- Kingdom (Raw Fury)
- Minecraft Story Mode Season Pass (Telltale Games)
- The Telltale Collection (Telltale Games)
And we’re still collecting new games to give away.
Are You Only Going To Play Your Games?
Would that be so bad? But no, we won’t. We’ll definitely be playing lots of our games but we’ll be playing other games too. Have suggestions for what we should do? Tweet them to @jackboxgames with the hashtag #ExtraLife
What Hospital Are You Supporting
We’re supporting the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago.