Jellyvision has released a version of their classic, irreverent trivia series, You Don't Know Jack for Facebook which features many of the bells, whistles and foghorns found in games for the platform. Each day, players will be able to play a round for free and cash earned through playing is banked in an experience system which rewards players with more free plays and new fake ads from all new sponsors.
Games run five questions in length and include "Dis or Dat" and "Gibberish Questions," and every round ends with a Jack Attack, making for a tiny little chunk of Jack when you need it. And while you'll be playing alone, You Don't Know Jack puts you in competition against how your friends, showing how they scored on the same questions and allows you opportunities to brag or give props.
There's more coming, too. Jellyvision is also working on new versions of You Don't Know Jack for iOS and Android devices, coming later this year. Yay!
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