Fibbage is an multi-device multiplayer trivia party game developed and published digitally by Jackbox for the Amazon Fire TV on March 18, 2014. It was later published digitally for the Xbox One on August 20, 2014 and for both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 on September 16, 2014.
Developed by the creators of the You Don't Know Jack series (and hosted by series' host Cookie Masterson), Fibbage switches up the trivia question format with player-driven fake answers (called "lies"). Players get points both for answering the questions correctly and for fooling other players into choosing their fake answers.
The game's signature gameplay mechanic is its multi-device multiplayer where, instead of using the controller, all players use smartphones and computers (anything with a web browser) to interact with the game in secret (by directing their web browsers to the Fibbage game website, later changed to the Jackbox.TV website). This would later be expanded on with the Jackbox Party Pack game series.
An enhanced version with more potential questions, titled Fibbage XL, was later included in the Jackbox Party Pack, released later that year. It was also published separately (and digitally) for the Apple TV on January 11, 2016 and for the PC, Mac, and Linux on March 24, 2016. It later received sequels in the Jackbox Party Pack 2 (titled Fibbage 2) and the Jackbox Party Pack 4 (titled Fibbage 3) games.