Dictionarium: A New Jack Box Party Pack 6 Game

Dictionarium: A New Jack Box Party Pack 6 Game

It's a game of words.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jul 12, 2019 @ 07:40 AM (Staff Bios)
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The world of Jack Box continues to grow. Jackbox Games has announced the next game to be part of their 6th party pack. Introducing Dictionarium!



Dictionarium is a game about words. Players, in three phases, will create a word, define it, and give it a dictionary entry. Whoever has the best word wins and will have their entry saved, "forever enshrined in the Dictionarium by its faithful keeper."

"Words appear to her in unexpected places and she brings them home to the Dictionarium to be defined. She's like the horse whisperer, but for words. Incidentally, she can also communicate with horses."


For those unfamiliar, the Jack Box Party Packs are a collection of short party games that allow a large group of players to participate through one screen. The game owner will display a game on the television, while everyone else connects to the game via a smart device at Jackbox.tv using a special room code. This makes it easy for parties and gatherings.

This is the second game confirmed for the upcoming Jack Box Party Pack 6 and the first original game. The only other game confirmed for the pack is Trivia Murder Party 2, a sequel to a popular "last man standing" trivia game.

The Jack Box Party Pack 6 will release on PC and consoles sometime this fall. Each pack has four to five different party games, so we're sure to hear more about the remaining titles soon.

Dictionarium supports 3-8 players and an audience of thousands of word-lovers.

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