Jackbox Games has announced Tee KO as the second title in the Jackbox Party Starter. Later this year, the Jackbox Party Starter, a collection of three games that have already been released but have been relaunched, will be completely localized in German. In addition to Tee KO and Quiplash 3, there is another title that will be revealed at a later date.

In Tee KO, players are first asked to draw as many pictures and formulate slogans as possible. Then all pictures and sayings are randomly distributed to all players. Whoever combines the drawings and sayings most skilfully and designs the best t-shirt wins. The designs compete against each other in a head-to-head race. The t-shirts with the most votes in each round will compete against each other in a KO system until the ultimate winner is found.

Print creations on real t-shirts

Perhaps the best feature of Tee KO is that the resulting creations can be printed onto an actual t-shirt. All players have to do is click the appropriate button at the end of a game or choose their favorite from previous drafts on jackbox.tv.

Like Quiplash 3, Tee KO will also be localized in French, Italian, German and Spanish and will be equipped with all the latest configuration options and practical functions.

Although Jackbox titles are local multiplayer games, it's also easy to start a game with friends who aren't locally with a few extra steps.

A game can be started on the laptop via a video conferencing service (e.g. Zoom or Google Hangouts) or screen sharing via Discord. Anyone can play along on their own smartphone or tablet by opening Jackbox.tv in their browser. Steam users can also use Steam Remote Play Together. This feature allows local co-op games to be shared online with friends. Only one person needs to own a copy of a Jackbox title when using Remote Play Together. Some consoles also offer the option of screen sharing or co-streaming if players team up with someone who also has the appropriate system.

Coming this summer, The Jackbox Party Starter features three of the most popular Jackbox games officially released in German, French, Italian and Spanish for the first time.

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