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You Don't Know Jack Party available now for iOS

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You Don't Know Jack Party for iOS, a multiplayer version of the interactive trivia franchise, and JackPad for iOS, Android and Kindle are available now from the iTunes App Store and Google Play, developer Jackbox Games announced.

You Don't Know Jack Party is free, with 30 additional 11-question episodes available to download as in-app purchases. In a multiplayer game, the iOS device running You Don't Know Jack Party acts as the primary display where JackPad app-installed devices are used as controllers. You can see the game in action in the trailer above.

Using AirPlay, an Apple TV connected display can also be used as a primary screen, as well as iPhones and iPads. According to general manager of Jackbox Games, Mike Bilder, the company plans to release several more games and apps that use smartphone technology such as Apple's AirPlay.

"We believe that the kinds of games we make are the most fun when played on the couch with your friends and family," founder and creator of You Don't Know Jack franchise, Harry Gottlieb said in a statement. "So along with our other mobile games, we're looking at every technology possible to allow us to create experiences that get players having fun together."

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