These will help you get throughwith a smile.
- “Hey, Google, talk to Did Thanos Kill Me” might poke a sore spot if you’re not over Avengers: Endgame. It’s more of an Easter egg. Google will tell you whether or not you survived the snap heard round the world.
- Big Bang Theory fans should try, “Hey, Google, I want to speak to Lizard Spock about a challenge.” Instead of Rock-Paper-Scissors, you get to play Sheldon Cooper’s Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock against Google Assistant.
- Harry Potter fans can get sorted into their Hogwarts house by saying, “Hey, Google, talk to the wizard world.”
Trivia nights are a great way to spend a Friday out, but if you don’t feel like leaving the house, you can still test your knowledge. You can preface any of the names of these trivia games with, “Hey, Google, talk to…” and test your pop culture knowledge with Dunder Mifflin Trivia and Stranger Things TV Series Quiz. Or see what you remember from movies with All Harry Potter Quiz or The Ultimate Avengers Trivia. If you’re interested in more traditional trivia, just say, “Hey, Google, talk to Trivia Crack.”Ultimate Quiz Champion,
If you’re into stories or a longer game, Google has several choose-your-own-adventure games that might pique your interest. If you fancy yourself an armchair sleuth, say, “Hey, Google, talk to Sherlock Mysteries.” For fans of the Netflix series, “Hey, Google, talk to Dustin from Stranger Things” combines trivia with a mystery adventure game for an immersive adventure game experience.
Longer games are best played through a Google Home display like the Nest Hub or Nest Hub Max (the Google Home app works too), so you can read the text and better understand what’s happening.
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For more ways to fend off boredom while stuck at home, try these. If you find yourself zoning out during Zoom calls, try livening them up with . Bored with all this fun you’ve been having? Maybe you need to instead.