Push The Button Comes to the Jackbox Party Pack 6 This Fall

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Push The Button Comes to the Jackbox Party Pack 6 This Fall

July 29, 2019

By: Robert N. Adams

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Developer
Jackbox Games
Publisher
Jackbox Games
Release Date
October 17, 2019
Genre
Casual
 
 

Push The Button has been announced as one of the games that will be coming in The Jackbox Party Pack 6, a collection of party games that are slated to arrive sometime in the Fall of 2019. Can you tell the difference between a human and an alien? Well, you'll find out and see which of your 4–10 friends wants to destroy the human race!

This upcoming game from Jackbox Games combines social deduction gameplay with Charades. The group of 4–10 players are separated into "humans" and "aliens". Humans are given a broad subject to draw (e.g. "A fight") and the aliens hidden within the group are given a slightly different thing to draw along the same lines (e.g. "A sword fight"). You must use the clues in these drawings to determine who are genuine humans and who are the traitors.

Once you think you've got it down, you stuff the alleged traitors into the airlock and push the proverbial button, sending their (hopefully traitorous) butts out into an icy death in the cold, unforgiving vacuum of space. Oh, and there's a timer, too — take too long to discover the traitors and everyone dies. Hooray!

Push The Button will be part of The Jackbox Party Pack 6, a bunch of party games that are also slated to include Dictionarium and Trivia Murder Party 2. You'll be able to get all three of these games when The Jackbox Party Pack 6 launches digitally sometime later in the Fall of 2019. In the meantime, you can see the game in action by watching the Push The Button Introduction Trailer below.

 
 

What do you think of the concept of Push The Button? Are you excited for the next series of games coming in The Jackbox Party Pack 6 or do you prefer some of the classic titles released in earlier packs? Let us know in the comments below!

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Senior Writer

I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!

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