Quiplash and Fibbage are two of the best party games of the last few years. But if you don't own either of them, you can get them both for less than a sandwich.
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In contrast to Mark, the difficulty I had with this was keeping games that weren't released in 2015 off the list. I did a lot of exploring in 2015, and participating in a fortnightly game challenge also meant I was working through my back catalogue more than I ordinarily would have been.
But that's not to say that there weren't plenty of new releases worth paying attention to. If anything, 2015 has probably been the best year for releases since the launch of the new consoles. So without further delay, here's my unordered selection of what I thoroughly enjoyed from the last 12 months.
I didn't want to nominate the entirety of the second Jackbox Party Pack, as there are two titles in the pack that are leaps and bounds ahead of the rest of the offering.
One of those, Fibbage 2, is an iterative jump of the game that proved so good in last year's Jackbox Pack. The other was released on its own in the middle of the year. And by God, is it something -- as a few TAYbies undoubtedly know.
As the year rolled on, it became increasingly obvious that 2015 was not going to be filled with the lacklustre levels of quality that disappointed so many in 2014. June didn't prove to be any more of a packed month than, well, June of any other year. But there was some definite highs -- and a few very obvious lows.
We all like games -- it's why you come to the site, after all. But not everyone has the cash to splash on the AAA titles, even when they're discounted. You might be a poor uni student. You might not have a lot left over after buying presents for the family. And sometimes you might just want to try something without spending a great deal of money.
So this is a guide to get you through Christmas: a guide to some of the better indies you can find online. Let's begin.