Hi, I'm Jack Dire, the creator of the party games Superfight, Red Flags, Blank Marry Kill, and You've Got Problems.
Some are published by Skybound, the creators of The Walking Dead. Some are sold in Target, Barnes and Noble, and Books-A-Million. Scroll down to check them out. Thank you for visiting.
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.
BLANK MARRY KILL
BLANK MARRY KILL
Blank Marry Kill is a game of difficult choices for 3-10 players. In this game, I applied the style of of my games Superfight and Red Flags to a familiar game, and added some huge twists. Players guess what the judge will do, then play attribute cards on each character to convince the judge to do what they guessed. Blank Marry Kill is easy to learn, and results in some amazing conversations as players learn what their friends and family would do to and with ridiculous characters and things.
The Geek Marry Kill expansion will add all kinds of comic book, video game, and pop culture references to your decisions.
The #?&! Marry Kill expansion will add all kinds of explicit R-rated references to your decisions.
My games are published and promoted by Skybound, creators of The Walking Dead and Outcast.
You can found out more about them and all of their work over at Skybound.com, and comic and game conventions all over the map.
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. Check out the expansions below.
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. Check out the many expansions below.