One of the most exciting things about making games is the feedback when it’s released. Hopefully you are hearing more raves than complaints. Once you get past the demands that the game be immediately translated into German and run on Windows Me, you get to the good stuff.
— Alan Howshall (@DigitalAmoeba) August 24, 2014
Just played 3 rounds of #Fibbage with my wife. The game kicks ass. Lots of it!
— Zack Cooper (@Z_Cooperstown) August 23, 2014
— Chris Poirier (@BetaChris) August 25, 2014
Everyone go play @Fibbage! It is one of the best party games I've ever played!
P.S. PLEASE release more questions as DLC on X1!
— Mike Perri (@TheMikePerri) August 26, 2014
— Molly Lewis 🎃 (@Molly23) August 26, 2014
And here are what reviewers are saying:
Microsoft’s ID@Xbox event, which took place at its campus near Seattle, showcased approximately 30 indie titles of various sizes, and from among them, the most memorable was the elegant and simple title called Fibbage.
Like any lie-based board game it’s a blast to play with friends, as Fibbage shows you what everyone’s fib was at the end of a round, and the satisfaction you’ll get from successfully passing off a lie is amazing.
Well yesterday I heard a co-worker talking about Fibbage being a new video game that was just released…and that it was a ton of fun. And then today…well, today I actually played Fibbage. And it was indeed a lot of fun.
Jackbox Games has done a great job of creating a game that You Don’t Know Jack players will love, yet has its own distinctive gameplay.