If Andrew W.K.'s sudden appearance at E3 this year wasn't enough partying to meet your yearly partying quota, you might want to stock up on the kind of couch co-op, phone-controlled insanity that only Jackbox can bring. Enter the current Humble Bundle, which will help you do just that for a price of your choosing.

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As is the norm for Humble Bundles, the more you end up paying, the more games you'll end up getting out of it and a chunk of the proceeds (which you control via the slider at the bottom of the page) will go to charity. This month's chosen charity is charity:water, which goes to help more people get access to clean water. You can, however, nominate a different charity if you prefer.

Here's what you can get:

Pay what you want

  • Quiplash
  • Fibbage XL
  • You Don't Know Jack Volume 1 XL
  • You Don't Know Jack Volume 2

Pay more than the average

  • The Jackbox Party Pack
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 2
  • You Don't Know Jack Volume 3
  • You Don't Know Jack Volume 4

Pay $12 / Ł9.45 or more

  • The Jackbox Party Pack 3
  • Drawful 2

In addition to all that, if you happen to be a Humble Monthly subscriber, you'll get an extra $2 added to your Humble Wallet for opting for that top tier option. If you're not already a Monthly subscriber, paying more than $1 for the bundle will get you 10 per cent off your first month.

Going in for all the bundle has to offer will get you more faux-game-show trivia than you could ever possibly hope for, with four volumes of You Don't Know Jack and the first three Jackbox Party Packs. With the Jackbox Party Pack 3 specifically, you'll be getting Tee K.O., which is a personal favourite that pits players against each other in a contest to make the dumbest, worst T-shirts possible. Better still, you can actually buy a real version of whatever monstrosity you come up with after the game.

Meanwhile, over at Jelly Deals, you can take a look at today's best deals, which include a GeForce 1060 graphics card for under Ł230, an Amazon Lightning Deal on a Logitech G413 gaming keyboard, Mario + Rabbids Gold Edition on Switch for Ł32, and more.

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