Bag Of Giggles
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Bag Of Giggles

by Voice Craft

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Description

Bag of Giggles is designed for groups of kids. It's a kids party game reinvented for Alexa. Alexa will act as the party host leading groups of kids through silly and goofy fun:
- Treacherous Tongue Twisters
- Devious Would You Rather Questions
- Priceless Pretend to be. . .
- Absurd Act like a . . .
All topped off with groan worthy jokes!

Bag of Giggles works great on any Alexa device but those with an Echo Show get a special treat. Along with all the zaniness, you get goofy pictures to make the smiles even bigger. Note: the skill works great on the Echo Spot but the graphics are optimized (right now) for the bigger Echo Show.

We are motivated by 5 star reviews. The more 5 star reviews we get, the more we will work on enhancing Bag of Giggles. We would love to get feedback and suggestions - please e-mail: skills@boplabs.com with your ideas!

Note to parents: The team who created Bag of Giggles are all parents (our kids had lots of input!). We want our kids having fun, playing, and getting their faces out of screens. Technology like Alexa and games like Bag of Giggles are ways for old school style games to be augmented (but not replaced) with technology. Technology is a helper, but the fun is generated by the kids themselves!

Skill Details

  • This skill contains dynamic content.
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  • Invocation Name: bag of giggles

Supported Languages

English (US)

Customer reviews

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Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2018
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Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2018
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