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Aspendale Gardens Community Centre
103-105 Kearney Drive, Aspendale Gardens
Event Duration:
Saturday, 07 July 2018 @ 10:00 AM to Sunday, 08 July 2018 @ 10:00 AM
Registration Count
[302 (+23) / 315 Registrations]
Event has concluded.

Jackbox Party Pack

11:30 PM to 12:30 AM

Extra Information

Jackbox Party Pack consists of a number of smaller games where a group of people compete to make each other laugh; survive the longest in Trivia Murder Party (and finally put that useless information you know to the test), outwit (and out-insult) the other players in Quiplash, or pick out who's trying to trick you in Fakin' It!

Posters and Prizes

Prizes, if available, will be announced on the day.

Game Summary

Game type: Funny
Last updated: 30th of November 2016

About Jackbox Games - Quiplash

Quiplash is a party game that is played by up to eight active players and any number of audience members such as over a streaming channel; the game uses a special website that allows all players to participate from a web browser window, requiring only the streamer to own the game to play. The game includes three rounds. In the first two rounds, the active players are given two humorous questions they secretly supply a funny answer to, arranged so that each question gets two answers. In the resolution of that round, the questions are presented with both answers (though not the players that supplied that answer), and all remaining players can vote on which answer they think is better; those in the audience can also vote. The player receives points for each vote their answer gets from active players as well as if they win the audience vote. If they get all these votes, they score a "Quiplash" bonus score. In the third round, there is one question that all active players provide an answer for. Then, the active players get to place three votes for the other answers when presented; audience players get one vote for this. Players earn additional points for every vote their answer gets, and the winner is the one with the most points at the end.

Game information and rulesets on this page may differ to the actual rules that were used during the event.