Great games, just in time for the holidays: SketchParty TV and Truth Truth Lie

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Looking for hilariously fun things to do with friends this holiday season? Magnate Interactive has just released great updates to two of their most popular iOS games, Truth Truth Lie for iMessage and SketchParty TV for the Apple TV.

Apple TV owners: if you like playing games with friends and family in person, SketchParty TV is for you. It’s been hand-picked by Apple as a “Greatest Party Game”, received a mention from Eddy Cue on-stage at the 2016 WWDC Keynote, and has terrific reviews from people all over the globe.

It’s like Pictionary for the Apple TV. You take turns drawing the word that appears on your iPad or iPhone, and the drawings appear in real-time on your HDTV. Your teammates are frantically trying to guess before time runs out. It’s a lot of fun, and perfect for the holidays!

SketchParty TV is regularly $9.99, but to celebrate the release of support for tvOS 10 Dark Mode, it’s currently just $4.99 for a limited time. Get SketchParty TV for iOS at SketchParty.tv.

Launched for the iMessage App Store with iOS 10, Truth Truth Lie (TTL) has had over 150,000 players so far. It’s the classic game of Two Truths and a Lie: record three video clips, then send a single video to friends to guess which one isn’t true.

TTL 2.0 was just released, with a brand new Text Mode. It’s great for those times you don’t really want to record a video. Best of all, Truth Truth Lie is a free download! (With optional in-app purchases.) Learn more at TruthTruthLie.co.