Jackbox is finally announcing a free “Megapicker” that will unify all of its games

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With over 50 party games spread across 10 different Jackbox Party packs from developer Jackbox Games, gamers are increasingly demanding a more unified way to switch between Jackbox games. If these games are in different packages, players often have to remember which package the game is in, close the current package, and launch the next one. Now, after years of requests from gamers, Jackbox Games is finally developing a way to see all of its games in one place.

Today in entry on your websiteJackbox Games announced Jackbox Megapicker, a game library that allows players to browse, sort and launch games from a variety of party packs in one place.

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“With over 50 games, you increasingly find that switching between packages to find all the games you want to play takes a lot of effort,” the post reads. “Enter Jackbox Megapicker: a free product available exclusively on Steam where you can browse your game library, sort and filter your favorite games, and jump-start your evening of fun.”

Jackbox Megapicker will hit Steam as an exclusive game this July.

Jackbox Games mentioned that more details will be revealed on its website and during an upcoming Reddit AMA. The team also encouraged players to submit requests for Jackbox Megapicker features via social media.

Official screenshots from the Jackbox Naughty Pack trailer

Years after releasing its first party pack in 2014, Jackbox Games has seen a surge in popularity after its party games became a social distancing staple in 2020. Jackbox’s next party pack is Jackbox: Naughty Pack, its first party pack aimed at adults (even though most people’s apply of… already rude responses in text-based games like Quiplash), which was announced back in April on ID@Xbox. While it doesn’t have a release date yet, it’s expected to be released sometime this year.

Amelia Zollner is a freelance writer at IGN who loves all things indie and Nintendo. In addition to IGN, they have contributed to sites such as Polygon and Rock Paper Shotgun, and are currently working on a game called Garage sale. Find them on Twitter: @ameliazolllner.

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