Virtual Digital Party Games | July

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On Wednesdays from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm Disability Network is excited to share a virtual social group celebrating digital party games. This is a two hour group moderated by Disability Network staff. We will be trying out different party games made by Jackbox Games. These will include games like: Drawful, a game where you draw a picture based on a prompt from the computer, and whoever figures out what you drew wins points. Fibbage, a game where the computer gives you part of a sentence. You finish that sentence off with a lie, then everyone votes on which lies sound believable. Bracketeering, a game where the computer asks you for an answer to a very silly question, and then your answer and everyone else’s answers duke it out in a tournament-style instant-elimination bracket until there is only one winner.

To play these games, you will need

-A working internet connection.

-A personal email address. Once you have an email address, please send a message to

-One device that can browse the internet, and one separate device with a touch-screen(like a phone or tablet).

-A Discord account (you can register for an account at

-Completed Disability Network paperwork. Disability Network staff will email you a copy of the  paperwork that needs to be completed to participate in the Accessible Gaming Social Group. After that paperwork is filled out by you or a family member, please email it back. This paperwork can be filled out on a computer or phone. Disability Network staff will also discuss what gaming systems you have and current gaming group details.

Disability Network Northern Michigan

415 East Eighth Street
Traverse City, MI   49686

Phone: (231) 922-0903

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