Drawful 2, the follow-up to the Pictionary-esque party game in which you and your friends try to match terrible drawings with ridiculous prompts, launches today on Mac, PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.
Technically, the game missed its spring 2016 release window, since today is the first full day of summer.
Drawful 2, which costs $9.99, is already out on Steam for Mac and PC as well as Xbox One; the PS4 version will arrive later today. The game is also coming to Amazon Fire TV, but developer Jackbox Games told Polygon today that there isn't a concrete release date for that version yet.
On Steam, Drawful 2 is available at a 10 percent launch-week discount, which brings the price down to $8.99. But for the next 24 hours, interested parties can pick it up even cheaper at Chrono.gg — Drawful 2 is the deal of the day there at $7.50, a 25 percent discount. Buyers will receive keys redeemable on Steam for Mac/PC copies. The offer lasts until 11:59 a.m. ET tomorrow, June 22.
For more on Drawful 2, read our interview with Jackbox about how the studio is allowing players to create their own prompts this time around. You can also check out the game's announcement trailer below.