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Players May Soon Be Able to ‘Jack’ Off Their Android/iOS Devices

by on December 6, 2012
 

Cookie Masterson wants in your pants.

Well, at least Jellyvision wants the host there. They’ve dropped some hints on their Facebook page that Android and iOS versions of their hit twisted-trivia game You Don’t Know Jack are in existence, mentioning that they “need some quick input” before releasing the Android version.

For those who have been living under a rock that’s been hidden under a rock, or for game players who don’t enjoy things like “comedy” or “knowledge,” You Don’t Know Jack was a hit PC series in the ’90s, featuring abusive hosts, opponent screwing, and cleverly-designed high-brow trivia questions disguised as fart jokes. It spawned six standard versions, as well as spin-offs for Sports, TV, and Movies, and an on-line game. But into the 2000s, it quietly laid itself to rest. And just as quietly as it went down, it came back in 2011 with a console rebirth, with returning host Cookie Masterson, and a four-player party trivia style format thing. After the console port’s success, a Facebook game was launched, featuring daily five-question episodes, often pulling from headline news.

The Android/iOS versions are reported to be using the same episodes as the Facebook game, and will feature cross-platform multiplayer, so mobile players can compete with web players.

If you want to help the tortured, enslaved souls at Jellyvision, send an email with the subject “Android Survey” to [email protected]. They’ll reward you with a few laughs and some in-game tokens.

And quite possibly, Cookie Masterson could end up in your pants too.

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