Review: Fibbage – A quiz game with a twist!

Luria Petrucci 11.09.2016 1 comment

Over the weekend, David and I played a game and I had so much fun I had to share!

Now, this isn’t exactly new, but it’s new to me, so it’s bound to be new to many of you!

Fibbage is a quiz game from Jackbox you play on your TV. But each participant uses their phones to try and stump their opponents.

You can play with two people or up to 8.

Find the game on Xbox One, PS3 or PS4. You can even get it on FireTV, Steam, the Mac App Store, AppleTV, and more. It’s $6.99 or $9.99 depending on where you get it and what version.

Once it’s pulled up on the TV, you connect your devices – a phone, tablet or computer. Anything with a browser.

You’ll get a code. Enter that code and you join the game.

One player chooses a category.

Then a question is asked. Each player gets a chance to write in their own LIE. Choose something you think will stump the other players!

Then all the options are gathered and everyone chooses what they think the TRUTH is.

Points are given or taken away based on whether you guess the TRUTH or another player’s lie. And if another player chooses YOUR lie, you win points of course.

It’s a fun game, and tests your knowledge of the other person! I love the integration of the mobile devices in conjunction with the TV. Really well done.

Lots of laughs and I encourage you to play with your friends!

What games do you play? Leave a comment. I’d love to hear!

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You would probably like the game Balderdash. You start with a word, name, initial etc and players have to make up an explanation. These are read out by another player along with the correct answer. Players get points if they fool others into believing their false answer, and also by guessing the correct answer. Not sure if there’s a digital version though.