Humble Jackbox Party Bundle

3 tiers, 10 games

14 August 2018 - 28 August 2018


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Notice: ⚠️ Region lock ⚠️

To be added here, if any exist.


Tier 1 - $1

Game Ratings Cards Achievements Details Bundled Retail Price
Quiplash 86% of 275 reviews - 🏆    Giveaways    1 $9.99
Fibbage XL 95% of 67 reviews - 🏆    Giveaways    0 $9.99
YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 1 XL 79% of 81 reviews - -    Giveaways    3 $2.99
YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 2 78% of 19 reviews - -    Giveaways    3 $2.99

Tier 2 - BTA (lowest so far: $5.39)

Game Ratings Cards Achievements Details Bundled Retail Price
The Jackbox Party Pack 91% of 667 reviews 🏆    Giveaways    1 $24.99
The Jackbox Party Pack 2 94% of 383 reviews 🏆    Giveaways    2 $24.99
YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 3 85% of 20 reviews - -    Giveaways    3 $2.99
YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Vol. 4 The Ride 87% of 41 reviews - -    Giveaways    3 $2.99

Tier 3 - $12

Game Ratings Cards Achievements Details Bundled Retail Price
The Jackbox Party Pack 3 93% of 562 reviews 🏆    Giveaways    0 $24.99
Drawful 2 86% of 198 reviews - 🏆    Giveaways    2 $9.99
  • $2 Humble Wallet credit for Monthly subscribers

Retail:

  • Tier 1 = $25.96
  • Tier 1 + 2 = $81.92
  • Tier 1 + 2 + 3 = $116.90

CV:

  • Tier 1 = 3.89
  • Tier 1 + 2 = 12.29
  • Tier 1 + 2 + 3 = 17.54

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1 year ago*

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Are you in the mood to P-A-R-T-Y?

View Results
[Tier 1] You don't know me, but I usually buy Tier 1.
[Tier 2] Let's ride with a Tier 2!
[Tier 3] Drawful purchase, all in!
[Already Own] Being such a Party animal, I already own these
[Skip] Well I guess better than nothing, but still not great for me. pass

Another lousy HB... why am i not surprised? :D

1 year ago
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I was about to make a similar comment but this bundle seems rather popular going by the BTA. Who'd thought

1 year ago
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BTA doesn't tell if a game is popular or not -- only how much those who bought it are willing to pay for it.

Number of purchases on the other hand can -- and at the time of writing it sold ~23700 [1st full day of bundle].

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That's why I wrote that the bundle seems rather popular judging by the BTA

1 year ago
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Rily?

1 year ago
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Meh!

1 year ago
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This pretty much sums it up.

1 year ago
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After all those star deals on fanatical they made this bundle? p.a.s.s.

1 year ago
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It sucks!

1 year ago
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Nope

1 year ago
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It's probably good if you are interested in this kind of stuff but it's a very niche bundle. Jack shit is how much the majority will probably care.

1 year ago
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This is slightly above "shovelware bundle" and under "greenlight early access bundle" quality.
Even if i wanted a party game, why would i buy one about american trivia and pop culture?

1 year ago
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It's specifically United States trivia, in the older games, not american :P

1 year ago
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Like, really?

1 year ago
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I already have all of these, but I sure can recommend Jackbox party packs. Hilarious to play with a bunch of friends.

1 year ago
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friends

Where can I buy those?

1 year ago
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You can rent me for $10 a hour.

1 year ago
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will you tell me then the story about the scar you have in the middle of your forehead?

1 year ago
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When someone rents me for $10 a hour i will do anything they want.

The story however takes about 12 hours.

1 year ago
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i have a house to renew, 10 bucks per hour is a great deal.better than this bundle btw

1 year ago
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best i can do is tree fiddy

1 year ago
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Now I ain't giving no loch ness monster no tree fiddy!

1 year ago
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added

1 year ago
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+1

1 year ago
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This is so sad, Alexa play Dame tu Cosita 2

1 year ago
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Humble "Lets copy Fanatical" Bundle.

I mean, those other guys have had this on regular rotation for a few years now..

1 year ago
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Yeah talk about beating a dead horse to the punch...

Wait.

1 year ago
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To bad they are only in english. Beside that it is a great party game bundle where even T3 is a no brainer if you have the people to play with.

1 year ago
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You don't know Humble Bundle!

1 year ago
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Remember when HB sold thousands of bundles in the first couple minutes? Quarter of an hour in this bundle hasn't even sold 500 units.

1 year ago
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these games are great, but i'm just missing the older you don't know jacks (also this bundle leaves out party pack 4). if you don't have any of these but you do have friends with smartphones and the ability to show a steam game on your tv this is well worth it.

1 year ago
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eh i usually have no one to play with but stil i'm buying tier 1 for Quiplash and Fibbage. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

1 year ago
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Just Realized the humble wallet credit now has expired date.

1 year ago
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If i would be:
1) native English
2) have ppl to play this on parties
i would consider. As both answers are no it is not for me:).

It is niche bundle = for some ppl it will be great for most ppl it is useless.

BTW: lowest average was 5,39 for me (edit: actually it means BTA price was 5,40, as it is beat average by one cent :) ).

1 year ago*
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I agree. U must have very good english. So pass for me....

1 year ago
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Mhm. I think I'll put my cash on Fanatical this time.

1 year ago
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Pure joy over here! :') I was hunting for a leftover key of the Jackbox Party pack 2 and drawful 2 these couple days cause I wanted to try the german mod support by the community, but nobody got back to me - and now I get the whole collection ^^ (Party Pack 4 was on fanatical, I considered it but I really much rather wanted something with drawful + fibbage)

Most likey grabbing T3 but first gonna check the mods for language support on all the packs. Man what a nice surprise

1 year ago
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I've been looking for some local multiplayer quiz/party games for a while. I would even take those, but they're all in English only, which makes them useless for local multiplayer. Don't get me wrong, I usually install all my games in English only, but for local multiplayer I would find nobody to play along, because my friends/family etc. wouldn't understand the questions very well. I heard there used to be a German translation for some of the older parts of YDKJ, just not on Steam.

1 year ago
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What is the secondary language they teach at schools in Germany?

1 year ago
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English, but you need to take further things into account like: age, origin (in Eastern Germany Russian was the first foreign school language) and education level. If you rarely need English at work or for a specific hobby, you aren't fluent enough to have fun with these games.
Besides, YDKJ on Steam isn't only English, but the questions in it are focused on the US. Though we already know much about the US pop culture, things like TV shows or not worldwide famous celebs are hard to guess.

1 year ago*
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Interesting, what language they used to teach in Eastern Germany? I understand what you said, even tough my country is next to the US I am clueless about most of the questions in this game.

1 year ago
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Before 1990, East Germany was in the Eastern Bloc, so they probably learnt German only, or maybe a little bit of Soviet language.
Damn, I have to see "Good Bye, Lenin !" again.

1 year ago
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No, they didn't only learn German. Their first foreign language was Russian. It's also not true they didn't learn English at all, they could pick it as an optional second foreign language later on. But yeah, there wasn't a very strong focus on learning English.

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It's also not true they didn't learn English at all, they could pick it as an optional second foreign language later on.

Didn't mean "at all", but as first school foreign language. I edit it.

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They used to teach Russian as the first foreign language. That's quite a while a ago, though. But even in West Germany the amount of English taught depends on which state you live in and your personal choices. Here in Bavaria I started off with English as my first foreign language in 5th grade and picked French later on. There also was (and still is) the option to start with Latin, then pick English later or (crazy as that is) pick ancient Greek instead and never have English in school at all.

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I like that they give you the option of learning no practical/business focused languages. Here is usually all English or Chinese. Like, Latin is mainly used for biological nomenclature and I cannot recall any modern usage of ancient Greek. I wish our education system was more like that (we do not even have philosophy in the standard curriculum!)

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I like that they give you the option of learning no practical/business focused languages.

I'm not so sure, if it's wise to give people the option to skip on English entirely. Like it or not, it's the most important language for international communication, so everyone should at least have basic skills. Also, we're talking about school education here, so it's often the parents who decide for their kids and they often make their decision based on what they were taught in school themselves, even though the world's changing.

A good example's a colleague of mine, who chose that her kid should start off with Latin as first foreign language and only learn English later as a second foreign language. So while that's still better than skipping on English altogether, that kid's still missing out on like 3-4 years extra experience learning English, so he really sucks at English (and hates the language as a consequence). He wants to study agricultural engineering later, so it'll help him a lot to know all about grammar and cases in Latin - as you correctly pointed out, Latin is mainly used for biological nomenclature, which might even have some use for agriculture, but school education in Latin is mostly about grammar. The reason why many parents still pick Latin for their kids as first foreign language here, is because they did have it in school themselves and because it's supposed to make learning West European languages easier (as they're all based on Latin). I suspect the contrary is true, as the kids miss out on those very important years to learn a practical use foreign language early on. As for picking Latin and ancient Greek (the so called "humanist" branch of our school system), that's even worse. There's literally no practical use for ancient Greek, unless you love reading ancient texts and want to study ancient history later on. You can't even have a simple chat with someone from Greece, because it's very different to modern Greek.

Here is usually all English or Chinese.

May I ask, where is "here"? Where you're from?

we do not even have philosophy in the standard curriculum!

Neither did we.That's only taught in university/college here.

1 year ago
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Mexico. I understand your perspective, English is important because many valuable information is only available in that language, but I am not fond of a "for business only" education system, mainly for ideological reasons. I also think philosophy must be taught earlier, but not in the common boring way, it should be focused on teaching a student "how to learn", and to cultivate a reflective and analytical mindset. You already get a bit of abstract thinking out of math and physics, so the former is what, in my opinion, our educational system sorely lacks.

Lastly, with the developments of AI and machine learning, language learning will gradually become "obsolete" and more of a niche thing. We will become dependent on real time translation devices which already exist but they are not yet 100% functional and accurate. Kinda sad, but change is unstoppable.

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but I am not fond of a "for business only" education system

Just because a language has its practical uses, does not mean it's for "for business only". For me, learning a language is not so much about valuable information becoming available. First and foremost it's about being able to communicate with people. Also about learning more about a foreign country and culture. Back in school I really hated learning French, until I could participate in a school exchange with our partner school in France. It was great to experience first hand that I could actually talk with my guest family, even with my rather poor skills in French. Now, if someone loves reading ancient texts or is generally interested in old languages, that's fine, I'm just not convinced that we should dedicate an entire branch of the school system for that. I feel that those things should be optional. You may be right about philosophy, though.

Also, I don't think learning languages will ever become obsolete. I took enough translation classes and know enough about computers and technology to understand that context is really hard grasp even for the most advanced AI, as are concepts like irony or sarcasm. And any translation is always an interpretation, there is never only "one" accurate translation. Every translation also carries a touch of its translator and may be different according to its purpose. I really wouldn't want all the information I get to be interpreted by some tech company like Google. For that reason I don't believe language skills will ever become obsolete, to experience things firsthand. That doesn't mean technology will not assist.

1 year ago
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English in grade 5, then we could choose French or Latin in grade 7 (I picked French) and then in grade 9 we would have gotten whichever we didn't pick before. But we moved and the new school I went to only had Spanish as third language option XD

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Not latin as far I can tell (well nowadays)

EDIT: It is a bit more difficult, depending on timeframe, state and type of school ... the usual second language is latin,french,old greek, english or russian ... nowaday usually english ... maybe french ... haven't seen latin for a long time.

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Same reason I never got them during sales! I played Jackbox over at a friends house once where everyone was pretty confident in their english, so that was just tons of fun. However some of my friends and family just aren't that fluent, and you need to be quick in reading for games like fibbage and have some decent amount of vocabulary at hand.

I'm part of this group: https://steamcommunity.com/groups/JackboxGamesTranslation - if you check the releases tab it seems they have translated a decent amount in german, some spanish and russian. That's what I'm gonna try when I get the bundle.

1 year ago
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Be sure to let me know how well this mod/translation works for you. I might reconsider and grab this bundle or parts of it after all. But as others already pointed out, it's not just a simple matter of translation. Some of the questions would probably need to be replaced with ones that are more suited to an international audience.

1 year ago
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Okay so I tried Fibbage 2 & Drawful 2 and as expected it's just a very simple & sporadic translation of only the words and sentences needed for these two games. The menu & game prompts are still in english, the narrator also reads the fibbage questions in english which is probably distracting for those that only want to focus on reading the german translation. So yea, it's just a last resort option for those that really want to play this game with non-fluent english speaking people.

I think there used to be a actual german localized version of some of the jackbox games, but that was before steam apparantly.
I haven't really had a serious round with friends yet to get their opinion, but I can imagine it's really a big downgrade of the experience you get from the english version.

1 year ago
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Okay, that's what I feared. I guess, I'll pass on that bundle. It's just no fun playing all by myself. And I won't find anyone to play along with anything short of a fully localized version. It's kinda ironical, usually I couldn't care less about localization, I have Win and all my other games installed in English and wouldn't want it any other way. It's also strange that the whole local multiplayer quiz game genre pretty much died out with online multiplayer games. I remember back in the C64/Amiga days my friends used to have so many quiz games. On Steam I can't even think of anything else besides the YDKJ franchise and those aren't exactly brand new either.

1 year ago
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I also think I spotted an english word which wasn't supposed to be there in Drawful 2, hope that won't be a common occurrence in further games.

1 year ago
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I was not even aware that community mods are a thing for this games.
Like carlica i would appreciate if you could come back to us, to let us know if they are pure translation and/or questions are somewhat localized as well.

1 year ago
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See my reply above to carlica for full explantion, unfortunately it's only a very sporadic, simple translation of text that's absolutely needed for the games. I only tested The JBPP 2 and Drawful 2.

1 year ago
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Thank you for letting us know.
Unfortunately the things you describe are not enough to reconsider on buying the newer YDKJ Games.
Even if we liked them decades ago.

1 year ago
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And it seems that those games are all about American culture. I just clicked in the middle of a walkthrough on Youtube, and the questions are like :
"In the episode where the Brady family races across King's Island to get Mr. Brady his blueprints, which of these BEST resembles the method they use ?" (A : Paul Revere's Ride. B : The Running of the Bulls. C : The Pony Express. D : The Cannonball Run).
"There was a nationalist who was really arrogant..." (A : ...and Dingo was his name-o. B : ...and Jingo was his name-o. C : ...and Stingo was his name-o. D : ...and Frango was his name-o)
I'm clueless.

Sad, I would have been happy with a quiz game, but YDKJ for a non-American seems harder than a multiple-choice questionnaire about quantum physics.

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Thanks for the information. I am so skipping this one.

1 year ago
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Quite nice bundle for me personally although I can easily understand someone could be unhappy with it too. I was even thinking about buying tier 2 but not for this price. And then I recalled about their dupe keys policy and I was like 'meh, not worth it' :P But it's not bad bundle, as I already said.

1 year ago
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horrible bundle

1 year ago
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Friend was talking about Jackbox Party Pack 3 last time he visited, but 10€ for it seems too much to spent on this bundle as the games don't really seem that good and piling up exactly same kind of packs isn't good for entertainment either.

1 year ago
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Damn I will start to actually play more of my backlog or what, thanks HB to be dead :)

1 year ago
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