Jack Dire Studios is now Grim Rabbit Games.
After a lot of work and consideration, I have decided to change to this new name and brand to allow the company to crystalize into the vision I always had for it.
Grim Rabbit Games has a lot of new things coming, and we are very exited about and grateful for your presence here as we make those things. Thank you for visiting.
RED FLAGS: THE GAME OF TERRIBLE DATES
Set each other up on great dates and watch as they get destroyed when everyone sabotages each other with horrible Red Flags. Who will the 'Single' decide to date long-term?
YOU'VE GOT PROBLEMS
Players compete to give the judge the best perks imaginable like "your money doubles every day," only for other players to sabotage the perfect scenarios with huge problems like "everything you look at catches fire." Would you still take it? Could you convince your friend to? I mean, you don't have to LOOK at your money to spend it... right?
If you like Red Flags, you will like this one.
GATEFALL IS HERE
Gatefall is a game that took me over a decade to create. I took all of my favorite things in tabletop games, removed all of the things I don't like, and covered it all with amazing art and sculpts by Alexei Konev.
These figures are enormous and incredibly detailed. I wanted a scale that felt like action figures. They are amazing to paint, and a lot of fun to use.
The game is very easy to learn, very easy to teach, and full of nuance and choices that let you personalize your game. The figures are driven by a deck builder. Dice combat allows for fun momentum swings, and a coin system lets you upgrade your characters and improve your deck. There are a LOT of expansions coming, too.
Supplies are limited, so hurry to get this first print before we have to wait for the second print!
Hi, we are Grim Rabbit Games, the creators of the party games Superfight, Red Flags, Blank Marry Kill, and You've Got Problems, and the miniatures game Gatefall.
Superfight is published by Skybound, the creators of The Walking Dead. Some of our games are sold in Target, Barnes and Noble, and Books-A-Million. Scroll down to check them out. Thank you for visiting.
Red Flags is the second game I made, and it is all about setting each other up on horrible dates. Use perk cards to make a great date for the judge, then use Red Flag cards to make someone else's date look like a garbage person. It's a lot like real life. But cards.
YOU'VE GOT PROBLEMS
You've got problems.
This is my fourth game, and this time the decisions are all you all the time. Friends will try to get you to pick good things that will happen to you, while sabotaging each other before you choose by playing problems on each other. I am very excited about this game. It might be the most me game I have made. Which is all the warning you are going to get.
Want to make the game dirtier? Get the red expansion and shuffle it into the game. Want to make it geekier? Get the orange expansion. All of my games are customizable to fit whatever you and your friends are into. Well, almost. Not that one thing that made Katie leave you.
The game that started it all. This was the first game I ever made, and it's all about arguing over who would win in absurd fights. Use character and attribute cards to create a fighter, then argue against one other player's fighter. The table decides the winner.