Published on September 15th, 2023 | by Adrian Gunning


Look out, world! The Jackbox Party Pack 10 is coming to major platforms this spring. Start popping your popcorn, texting your friends, and making party plans. Five brand new party games are coming to you very soon.

Check out the party-filled trailer here.

Here are the 5 games in The Jackbox Party Pack 10:

  • Tee K.O 2 (Drawing, Writing): In Tee K.O. 2, return to T-Shirt Island, where the most hardened warriors in the world compete in a deadly fighting tournament. The drawing finger – not the fist – decides the victory! Tee K.O. 2 supports 3-8 players.

  • FixyText (Writing, Teamwork): FixyText is the Wild West of text-editing. In this chaotic game, everyone’s in a group chat, typing all at once to make the most memorable statement. And there’s no delete key. Take that auto-correct! FixyText supports 3-8 players.

  • Hypnotorious (Hidden Identity, Roleplaying): Hypnotorious is a game with secret roles, tentative alliances and of course, silly answers to ridiculous questions. Who is on your side? Hypnotorious supports 4-8 players.

  • Timejinx (Trivia): In Timejinx, you’re a time traveller from the future competing in a high-stakes trivia night. Save your current timeline by answering questions about the past. Timejinx supports 1-8 players.

  • Dodo Re Mi (Music, Teamwork): In Dodo Re Mi, your phone is your instrument. You and your flock must make music together to escape the hungry jungle plant. Dodo Re Mi supports 1-9 players.

Jackbox are still putting the final bells and whistles on this pack but the wait will be short!

In the meantime, you can wishlist the game on your platform of choice so you don’t miss alerts for release or any post-release sales:

The Jackbox Party Pack 10 will be available at launch in English, French, Italian, German, Castilian Spanish, and Latin American Spanish. These games are perfect for your family holidays, game nights with friends, work happy hour, or playing alongside your favourite streamer.

About the Author


Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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