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Top 10 JackSepticEye Videos

VO: Adrian Sousa WRITTEN BY: Ty Richardson
Script Written by Ty Richardson He is one of the most popular gamers on YouTube and around the world, with a dedicated fanbase of over 19 million subscribers! We're talking about Jacksepticeye of course, the Irish gamer and funnyman who's over-the-top personality and hilarious lets' play videos has captured the hearts of many a gamer! Welcome To WatchMojo, and today we'll be counting down our picks for The Top 10 Jacksepticeye Videos! To have your ideas turned into a WatchMojo or MojoPlays video, head over to http://WatchMojo.comsuggest and get to it!

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Top 10 Jacksepticeye Videos

This Irish YouTuber is so well-known, he almost needs no introduction. Welcome to, and today, we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 JackSepticEye Videos!

For this list, we’re looking at some of the best videos to be uploaded on JackSepticEye’s channel from let’s plays to collaborations to everything in between.

#10: “Happy Wheels” series

Ah, “Happy Wheels”, one of the most frequently played games on YouTube. Hey, it doesn’t stop us from watching Jack’s videos. This was also where the community got to know Pogo Pete and Spikefall Steve. (We believe in you, Steve!) From the bottle runs to ball throws, it was always interesting to see what levels were in store for Jack with each new upload. We’re speaking past-tense because Jack retired the series after reaching the 100th video.

#9: “Cleverbot Evie” series

For those of us who have tried, having a conversation with Cleverbot Evie can be one of the most frustrating experiences. Well, at least for the person trying to talk to Evie. Jack, on the other hand, spent over thirty videos trying to have a normal discussion with this dimwitted A.I. Throughout the series, Jack will get drunk, ask riddles, and discuss politics all while the speech-to-text function fails to understand his accent. Things get better when he starts talking to Boibot and Chimbot!

#8: “Prop Hunt” series

With its basic “hide-&-seek” gameplay, “Prop Hunt” has provided YouTubers with so many funny moments to share with their friends and fans. Seeing as how Jack is friends with Markiplier, Muyskerm, and LordMinion777, you can expect a buffet of shenanigans. The boys will talk smack to each other or put on bits, and it’s a wonderful time. If you’re familiar with Jack, Mark, Bob, Wade, or any one of Jack’s friends, then you know what to expect, and you’ll end up jumping between their channels to watch more. Besides, they’re great to watch if you’re caught up on your Subscriber feed and want a truckload of gaming videos to watch.

#7: “Life is Strange” series

This was like watching a movie with a friend! Jack plays a lot of interactive narrative games, and there’s a lot of good ones to choose from. One of his best series, though, is “Life is Strange”. At the time he started playing, the game had just released. So, it was still relatively new to people. As each new episode released, Jack uploaded a new video so the community could experience the story together. Man, just talking about this is getting us excited for when he plays “Life is Strange 2”! The sequel comes out in September, so we don’t have a long wait!

#6: JackSepticEye’s Funniest Home Videos series

There are so many weird videos being uploaded every day on the web that it’s impossible to see every single one. Thankfully, Jack put together a short series called “JackSepticEye’s Funniest Home Videos”, where he views and commentates over videos sent to him by fans. It’s a brief series that lasts only three videos, but they are some of the funniest videos you can watch. Even if you’ve seen some of them, chances are you’re going to laugh as if you’re seeing them for the first time again.

#5: How Irish is JackSepticEye?

It’s amazing how we live in a world where you can find out who your ancestors are through several different research labs, as well as your definitive ethnicity. In this video, Jack decides to take the DNA test from Ancestry in order to find out just how Irish he really is. Thanks to the power of video editing, Jack skips the video to a month ahead where he finds out his ethnicity. As he reviews his results, Jack shares a few interesting tidbits about Irish history. It’s also cool to see how a program like Ancestry works and explains the results to you. You learn something new every day!

#4: “Papers, Please!” series

“Papers, Please” may be a few years old, but it’s still entertaining to see some YouTubers play it, especially if it’s Jack. If you haven’t given this simple indie game a try, “Papers Please” tasks players with inspecting passports and deciding who to let into the glorious country Arstotzka. For someone clicking on every possible detail of the traveller's documents (which normally isn't the way you're supposed to play Papers Please), Jack surprisingly gets through the game really well, and he can get a little salty towards those trying to cheat the system. It’s an entertaining series, and it’s taught us to beware of the potato man; he’ll do anything to get into Arstotzka!

#3: The Pewdiepie Roast

Much like the Comedy Central Roasts, watching YouTubers roast each other can be just as hilarious...assuming it’s all in good fun. In May 2016, world-renown YouTuber Pewdiepie uploaded a video roasting Jack, and it didn’t take long for Jack to fire back a couple of weeks later. For a solid couple of minutes, Jack dishes out some of the most scorching insults towards Pewdiepie, targeting his beard as well as his view counts. As Jack points out later, the video is all in good fun, and it’s nice to see a couple of friends banter with each other for giggles.

#2: “Undertale” series

Some of us could watch Undertale playthroughs for days. Well, if you’re looking for a good one, Jack’s run is quite enjoyable. The whole series is upbeat, and Jack provides some pretty good voice acting for some of the characters. (Seriously, man, that Flowey voice is spot on!) He also keeps things relatively quiet and goes with the flow of the game. Plus, it’s always entertaining to see someone’s first encounters with characters like Sans and Papyrus. Overall, it’s a casual and simple playthrough worth watching. His Genocide run is just as hilarious as it is emotional.

Before we reveal our top pick, here are a few Honorable Mentions…

“Rick & Morty: Virtual Rick-ality” series

“Valiant Hearts” series

“BeamNG.Drive” series

#1: All the Way

What do you get when you take your favorite YouTuber and have music group Schmoyoho [pronouced “sh-moh-yo-ho”] autotune his commentary? Pure gold - and this is especially evident in “All the Way”. Schmoyoho's trademark autotune editing skills and techno-backing tracks are on full display, turning Jack’s “Happy Wheels” & “Papers Please” videos into catch songs we could quote all day.By the end of the song, we were believing in Steve to keep on flying and keep on dancing. And yes, we may end up using this to get through our days at the office.


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