Jackbox Games has a wide array of work-friendly party games for you to choose from for your next happy hour. Whether you’re still working remote or back in the office, the Jackbox Party Packs are full of great games for work meetings. Here are five of the best party games for you to play with your coworkers.
Patently Stupid (Available in The Jackbox Party Pack 5 )
Let’s start with something common to every office space… bad ideas. Patently Stupid is a low stakes way to sell your colleagues on the worst ideas you come up with together.
This game prepares you and your coworkers to solve real-world problems by giving you silly and bizarre issues to fix with fake inventions.
The Jackbox classic Quiplash sets you up with comedy prompts that allows everyone to be “the funny one” in the breakroom.
Quiplash will challenge you and your coworkers to use your wits and understand your audience.
Fibbage 3 (Available in The Jackbox Party Pack 4 )
Need to work on some team building? There’s no better way to learn about your coworkers than with Fibbage 3 – Enough About You.
Learn weird facts about your team and find out who’s the best social detective with Fibbage 3.
Trivia Murder Party 2 (Available in The Jackbox Party Pack 6 )
Encourage some friendly workplace competition and get your brain goin’ with challenging trivia and intense minigames in Trivia Murder Party 2.
Trivia Murder Party 2 is requires general knowledge, luck and an office environment that’s cool with the word “murder’ in order to survive.
Talking Points (Available in The Jackbox Party Pack 7 )
Let’s face it – business presentations can suck. Work on your presentation skills with the low-stakes, ultra-goofy game in The Jackbox Party Pack 7 – Talking Points.
Talking Points asks you to make up an informative speech on the fly… with “help” from your coworker loading up the slides.
Not convinced yet? The Jackbox Party Pack 7 is full of great games to play with your coworkers.
Get the party started!
We have party games for office groups of all sizes, but most of our games are best played by smaller groups of 3-8. Check out our guide to player counts in our games.
Still working remote? Check out these tips for streaming our games and playing remotely.