Introducing "Heads Up!" for Amazon Alexa! "Heads Up!" is the fun and hilarious game from Ellen DeGeneres that she plays on her show!
Now you can play "Heads Up!" on your own with Alexa! Just tell Alexa to “Open Heads Up!”... and she’ll provide clues to help you guess the word on the card, from naming celebrities to identifying your favorite movies. Guess the word before the timer runs out!
Get going and guessing with some fun, free decks, such as: - Superstars - Blockbuster Movies - Favorite Fictional Characters
Plus, there’s even more to choose from! With collections of 5 decks available for just $0.99 for Prime members or $2.99 without a Prime membership, and limited time decks (keep a look out!) available for $0.99, the hilarity never has to stop! Well, until the round is over, but then you can play another one. The "Adults Only” collection contains mature content and may not be suitable for all ages.
To learn how to play and practice, enable the skill and ask "Alexa, open Heads Up! and play a practice round.”
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Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2019
Remember, when you are playing games on Alexa, you have to make sure her volume control is all the way up, it will make or break if she can hear you or vice versa... Two: if you have alot of wifi gadgets on your wifi, it could also be contributing to her not hearing you, , try shutting off a few internet gadgets , like smart tvs, laptop turned on, but not in use , tablets, cell phones that are on, but could possibly be turned off... ( not saying shut EVERYTHING off to play with Alexa, just the studd that doesnt really need to be on for a little while ) all these things mess with your band width, and u could be blaming her for either lousy reception due to bad weather , or bad service from your provider.. OR , you could have a faulty speaker, and should get it checked out💁🏼♀️ When turning off devices to troubleshoot , as i have recommended , restart your router as well. If this fixes the problem, you need to up your plan with your privider to be able to handle all your devices ,or just refrain from using Alexa during bad weather. We sometimes have to unplug the Alexa devices in our house to watch movies at night if the weathwr is bad , or a lot of company over all at once using our wifi etc , we live in the country, so im sure some of you know all about that issue 😜😉 Gotta find out what works for YOU👍🏼
My son and I love to play this, but we frequently need to give the answer multiple times before she calls it correct. Also, she never understands when we say “green,” “tv,” and “basketball” so we need to skip those items. At times, we give a correct answer and she asks if we are sure we want to quit the game. I wish these things didn’t happen.
Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2017
It seems like it could be really good if the clues provided were better. Sometimes they are way too vague. Other times they just provide wrong information, like saying “is from Marvel Comics” when it’s talking about Superman. I’m not even into comics and I know that’s a DC character.
I really wanted to like this. I love trivia games and I thought this would be fun, but it was anything but! People had written this review before but now I know what they mean. The clues are so ambiguous that it's not fun playing. I didn't have any of the problems of Alexa hearing me and understanding what I was saying, so that wasn't it. The problem lies in the fact that you get such generic clues that there's no point in playing. :-(
I like the concept of the game but it is too aggravating to play. The decks have a minimal number of "cards" in them so you basically go through all of them after 2 or 3 games. Plus the voice recognition is pretty awful. Don't waste your time with this one -- there are much better options out there. I like Song Quiz and Puzzle of the Day.