Jellyvision Games testing Android version of You Don’t Know Jack

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The contestant-insulting, intern-abusing personality of Cookie Masterson could be getting in our collective pants in the near future, as Jellyvision Games announced they are looking for people to provide insight for the upcoming Android version of You Don’t Know Jack.

According to a post on the game’s Facebook page, a working app for Android phones and tablets has already been made, though Jellyvision says they “need some quick input” before it’s released.

Though the company only referenced its Android version, Jellyvision also revealed the existence of an iOS version. There is no word on whether or not they will need testing for that iteration of the game.

Reports indicate that the mobile version will use the same episodes as the Facebook version and will feature cross-platform multiplayer, meaning iOS, Android and Facebook users will be able to compete against one another.

Since the 2011 release of YDKJ for consoles, the series has experienced something of a revitalization since its original run in the 90s. The Facebook version launched on May 26, featuring brand new episodes nearly every day, usually drawing on recent headlines for their questions.

Fans looking to participate in the survey are being asked to send an email with “Android Survey” in the subject line to advertising@jellyvision.com. Those that do will be asked to answer a two minute survey, after which they will be rewarded with some free in-game tokens that can be used to play additional episodes.

I don’t know about you, but the idea of being berated for getting a hilariously framed philosophy question wrong while on the train is exciting to me. But that’s just coming from a long-time fan of the series that’s already spent real money on the Facebook game

What do you think? Will you be helping Jellyvision out? Do you have no idea what YDKJ is? Let us know in the comments.

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Andrew Martins is the owner/Editor-in-Chief of Pixelitis.net. Over the years, he has written for outlets like GotFrag.com and the New York Daily News. In his spare time he loves to sing at karaoke events, travel to New York City and of course, play video games.

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