Quiplash is a drum-fed machine gun of jokes. It's quick, it's snappy, and I'm hard pressed to think of a better time one could buy for $10 without breaking a few laws.
Quiplash is a new game from the makers of You Don't Know Jack, and it aims to get the party started. But like any party, you need a lot of fun and interesting people to make for a good time. That goes doubly so for this game.
An almost endlessly replayable party game from the creators of the ultimate party pack.
It would be a whole lot easier in a party situation to navigate all of the titles in one interface rather than two, or even more if they launch some other titles. That being said, it doesn't take away from the fun that can be had in this title, and the enormous amount of laughs, as Quiplash is a solid party game that any fan of the genre should add to their collection. - See more at: http://canadianonlinegamers.com/review/quiplash-review/#sthash.gSYUQ8vO.dpuf
Otherwise, Quiplash provided tons of laughter and its ease of use makes it pick up and playable by almost anyone. The ability to stream and get people in the game is another great feature and really can liven up any party, online or off. Just like in real life though, who you bring to the party will determine just how crazy it ultimately gets.
If you're a fan of Jackbox's stuff, Quiplash is an easy purchase, a game that will hook you with its multiple puzzles and hilarious answers. Better connectivity and a single player component would've made it the stuff of legend, but being a consistent party favorite is a good second place spot.
Quiplash is a great game for a party night with friends or if no one is nearby with friends on the internet, fantastic replayability means it wont get old fast.
The fun you get from Quiplash is only limited by the people you play it with. The prudish amongst us may get easily offended by other people's answers – and they'll also probably lose with their more straight-laced responses!
Quiplash is a game that has a lot of potential since it comes from the folks who brought us a few near-perfect party games in the past.