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Thursday, 06 June 2013 07:28

Jellyvision gets a name change

Written by David Stellmack

Will reflect YDKJ as Jackbox Games

You Don’t Know Jack developer, Jellyvision, is undergoing a name change. The change is to better reflect the YDKJ brand and will be known as Jackbox Games. According to general manager Mike Bilder, “The rebranding of our studio represents the competition of an evolution.”

You Don’t Know Jack was quite a success on consoles and the PC, with the studio selling over five million copies. The studio has already released YDKJ for the Roku platform, and a release for the new Ouya is on the way to arrive in early June.

Recently, the studio released Lie Swatter for iOS and has other new titles planned for 2013, which are called Clone Booth and Word Putz. No idea when Clone Booth and Word Putz will arrive or what platforms will be getting these two new offerings.

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