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Jackbox Party Pack 6 will include new game Dictionarium

Come up with definitions for a slew of made-up words in this bizarre new addition to the Jackbox Party Pack series.


If you're a rabid fan of the Jackbox Party Pack, you'll definitely want to take a look at the latest addition to the series: Dictionarium.

Dictionarium is a hilarious venture for anyone who loves playing with words, and serves up "piping-hot never-before-seen words" and you've got to figure out a way to define them. Take the word "blanket" for example: what is it? You've got to create a definition and then rack up votes from other players to come out on top.

Dictionarium will be included in the Jackbox Party Pack 6 collection alongside Trivia Murder Party 2, which was recently revealed to be returning to the series. Think of it as a trivia game where, if you get questions wrong, you basically have to fight for your life. Fun, right?

You've also got to come up with a synonym for the word though, and that won't be easy. Then, as if you haven't been challenged enough, you'll have to include it in a sentence. By the end of it all, you'll be sitting on a goldmine of nonsense words with definitions and synonyms - veritable dictionary entries.

You can play the game with up to 3-8 players, and you'll have plenty of people watching your every move as you valiantly work to create new strands of language.

Can't wait to get your hands on the new Jackbox Party Pack 6? You don't have too long to wait. You can expect to see it debuting on PC, consoles, and other "major digital platforms" later this fall. That means you've got plenty of time to brush up on your trivia skills before you get thoroughly trounced later on by your friends and family. 

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