Jackbox Games is proud to be part of Chicago’s game design community — a group that has spawned some truly fun, weird, and hilarious games.
Chicago’s own Andy Patton is funding a game called “Speakeasy” on Kickstarter right now. In fact, there’s just 24 hours left to get on board. While it has already reached its main goal, there are some fantastic additions to the game if certain funding milestones are reached.
What is it?
Speakeasy is a game of social deduction. Think Werewolf + the social manipulation of Survivor + the last five minutes of the Godfather.
Update: Kickstarter successful! If you’d still like to get a copy of the game, you can buy one here: http://thegamehaschanged.net/speakeasy/.
If you can find this window… you can find us.
That is in no way meant to be a challenge.
Lugging in an arcade cabinet for the office.
Things are about to get 50% more awesome and at least 5% less productive.
The final Fibbage head has been chosen. Looks great… but people who work here and readers of the blog know that it is secretly a nightmarish combination of different people’s head and hair and ear. It is the Fibbage Frankenstein.
A page from 1998’s “YOU DON’T KNOW JACK: THE BOOK.”
The back cover explains, “You’ve played the game on CD-ROM… now try the one and only book version!”