When the Google launched Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL, it also brought a virtual assistant named Google Assistant for you. Google Assistant is a virtual assistant which is considered as an extension of Google Now and expansion of â€śOK Googleâ€ť commands. Google launched this personal assistant to compete with the likes of Appleâ€™s Siri, Microsoftâ€™s Cortana and Amazonâ€™s Alexa. Google Assistant combines all the features of Google Now with a new artificial intelligence and it is designed to make your conversation smarter and interactive.
Google first unveiled Google Assistant at its I/O conference in May 2016. Currently, Google Assistant is available on Google Pixel, Google Allo, and Google Home. Although, the assistant is not as integrated into Allo app as it is in Pixel. In Allo app, you can ask questions to Google Assistant by typing “@google” followed by your question.
Besides asking questions and using voice commands in Google Assistant, you can also play games. It is one of the many cool features available in Google Assistant. Here, we will guide you on how to play Google Assistant Games.
To start playing the Google Assistant game, just tell your phone â€śIâ€™m feeling luckyâ€ť and your Google Assistant will go into full game show host mode. Google Assistant will ask you how many people are playing this game and then will throw multiple trivia questions to you. If you are thinking that these questions are like walking in a garden, then let me tell you that garden is full of thorns and if you think this game is boring, then you will be surprised by the casual banter, theme music and your nickname! Yes, you also get a nickname for the game. If you are playing in multiplayer mode, then after each round Google calculates the score of all the players and the one with the highest score is proclaimed as the winner. So, Google Assistant Game is a great way to spend your idle time.
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