Gumm lets you play bite-sized comedy games with your friends via Discord. Sign in whenever, play on your phone, browser, or desktop, and dive into a game! User-generated prompts mean that no two games are alike.
Anyone in the channel can join the game at any point. Games are best played with at least 4 players.
All the game modes currently on Gumm. The number next to a game is the number used for it in !g create :number1. Good News Bad News
Come up with good news and corresponding bad news.2. Twosomes
What are things you can say at both “blank” and “blank”. Events and places.3. Unlikely To Hear
What are things you’re unlikely to hear at a specific event or place?4. Wrong Answers Only
Give wrong answers to questions. The funnier, the better.
To use Gumm, you must prefix the command with !g and a space. If a command requires an argument, the documentation will preface it with a colon to indicate what it is. This is a list of all the commands.
!g create :game_number
This creates a game on Gumm. To specify the game, add an integer where :game_number is. To get a list of all the game modes, see !g list games. Only one game may be allowed in a channel at one time.
!g list games
This lists all the game modes currently available to play.
This gets you the current game in the channel you’re currently in. It will send you an embed as a DM.
This command starts the current game in the channel. If you are not the host, you will be unable to start the game.
!g submit :response
This command allows you to submit input for filling in whatever the prompt is for the game mode. The :response is just your answer as normal text, for example: !g submit this is fun!
!g respond :response
This command allows you to respond to whatever the prompt is for the game mode. The :response is just your answer as normal text, for example: !g respond Merry Christmas!
!g vote :votes
This command allows you to vote for whatever answers you want to each round. You can only vote once a round. The :votes are your votes by number, separated by spaces, for example: !g vote 1 5 6. Voting for yourself counts for zero points.
This command ends the current game in the channel. If you are not the host, you will be unable to end the game.
This command lets you look at some of your lifetime stats while playing Gumm.
!g bug :bug_report
This command lets you submit a bug to Gumm. Just type the command and then type your full error. Please try to be as descriptive as possible.
!g feedback :feedback
This command lets you submit feedback to Gumm. Just type the command and then type your feedback. Please try to be as descriptive as possible.