Got a Google Home or a Mini at your place? Guess what? You can use it for more than just playing music or dimming your lights. With simple commands, you can bond over fun games with your fam or keep yourself amused for hours. While some of them are voice-based, some games require the use of a screen. Either way, you're guaranteed to have fun! Don't believe us? Check out this list of games you can play with Google Home and find out for yourself.
Vortex To Ding Dong Coconut: Fun Games You Can Play With Google Home
It's a simple game but one that will have you hooked. You just need to listen to a small audio clip and then guess the song name and artist. Easy, right? You can even choose the genre of music (pop, rock, country, etc) based on which the quiz music clips will be selected. You can get your fam together to play this or else Google Assistant will find an opponent for you.
Get started by saying, “Hey Google, let’s play SongPop.”
Ding Dong Coconut
This one is a nutty memory game of sounds and words. In the game, you need to remember sounds played by Google Home and words that Assistant assigns to them. For example, a dog’s bark may be associated with the word 'pressure cooker', and you have to recall both the sound and the word. In each round, a new sound and word association is made. How many rounds do you think you can last?
Get started by saying, “Hey Google, let’s play Ding Dong Coconut.”
The roles are reversed here. You get to think of any character (a public figure or a fictional one) and Akinator, a fictional genie, will try to guess it by asking you twenty questions. Your job obviously is not to let the genie win! Ready to stump it?
Get started by saying, “Hey Google, I want to talk to Akinator.”
Love racking your brain over numbers and logic? This one's a step-up from your regular mental Math problems! Instead of asking 'what is seven times eight?', it may ask you 'what you’d get if you add 6 Mbps with 7 Gbps?'. It's sometimes slow when it comes to picking up commands, but it's overall quite interesting.
Get started by saying, "Hey Google, let's play Math Logic.”
Yes, it's a virtual version of Mad Libs where you have to suggest random words to fill the blanks and create a funny story. There are over 50 free Mad Libs stories that you can choose from and the kid-friendly interactions make the game perfect for the whole fam.
Get started by saying, “Hey Google, let’s play Mad Libs.”
An interactive, voice-first, adventure game, this one takes you on a journey through an abandoned space ship that is being attacked by aliens. Your job is to command a team of robots to reclaim your ship and to survive the Vortex. This is no 10-minute, mind-relaxing game. The narrative is immersive and you get to engage with imaginary characters, make friendships and learn about the past, with regards to the game, of course. A whole new world! Ready to explore it?
Get started by saying, “Hey Google, talk to The Vortex by Doppio”.
Another trivia-based game, this one is actually super fun, throwing good old MCQs at you and testing your knowledge on a variety of topics. And if you go wrong, you don't just find out about the right answer but get to learn about it too. Your own version of KBC! Yayy!
Get started by saying, “Hey Google, talk to Brainstormer Trivia.”
It's nothing but your classic paper and pencil word guessing game but digitized, so kick up your school-time nostalgia and get guessing!
Get started by saying, "Hey Google, talk to Classic Hangman"
Miss playing Blackjack with your friends or outside? You'll love this game. Deal in and see if you can beat the house, which by the way will remember your streak.
Get started by saying, "Hey Google, let me talk to 21 Blackjack!"
Imagine a world where you're a medieval king surrounded by needy peasants and backstabbing nobility. Entertaining and challenging, that's what Castle Master is all about, pushing you to make tough choices. Play it right and you stay in power.
Ready to rule? Get started by saying, "Hey Google, play Castle Master".
But before you do any of that, don't forget to say, "Hey Google, remind me to bookmark this LBB recommendation".