Reddit mentions: The best alexa games

We found 111 Reddit comments discussing the best alexa games. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 32 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

1. Skyrim Very Special Edition

Skyrim Very Special Edition
Sentiment score: 10
Number of mentions: 30
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2. Escape the Room

Escape the Room
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 1
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3. True or False

True or False
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 1
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4. Would You Rather

Would You Rather
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 1
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5. Spooky Says

Spooky Says
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 2
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6. Deal Or No Deal

Deal Or No Deal
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 1
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7. Area 51

Area 51
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 5
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8. 6 Swords

6 Swords
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 1
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9. Apex Legends

Apex Legends
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 2
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10. Meme Review

Meme Review
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 12
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11. Letter Clutter

Letter Clutter
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 5
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12. Mr. Robot: Daily Five/Nine

Mr. Robot: Daily Five/Nine
Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 2
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13. Earplay

Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 1
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14. BoostBot

Sentiment score: 1
Number of mentions: 1
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16. What Animal Am I?

What Animal Am I?
Sentiment score: 0
Number of mentions: 2
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18. Blade Runner Baseline Test

Blade Runner Baseline Test
Sentiment score: 0
Number of mentions: 2
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19. My name list

My name list
Sentiment score: 0
Number of mentions: 1
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20. Roulette Table

Roulette Table
Sentiment score: 0
Number of mentions: 1
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u/Liamu4 · 767 pointsr/PewdiepieSubmissions

Quick Notice: I originally posted this a few days ago but was deleted at 20k with no reason 😞 - I want to clarify, this app is totally free, contains no ads, it was made purely for fun and I'd love for more people to enjoy this little tribute to a series I'm a big fan of.

Hey all!

I made a completely free working Meme Review game for Alexa. You can vote on all the memes featured in meme review and see the average rating based on other people's votes!

UK Link:

US Link:

India Link:

Or just type "Meme Review" into Amazon 👌👌

Oh, and every session ends with a call to sub to pewdiepie - let's get this to the front page of Alexa! (Feel free to leave a rating too! Let's bring that sub gap to 100k)

If you are feeling nice, a review👏 on Amazon helps a lot!

u/kYANTNRYASI · 1 pointr/escaperooms

I played through two escape rooms from Escape the Room by Stoked Skills LLC and I played one other room from a different skill but I forget the name. They were all good, a nice change of pace from the few real escape rooms I've done. They were not timed and since I was the only participant it wasn't nearly as chaotic as a normal escape room is.

I mainly enjoyed the rooms. I liked how easy it was to play, they were pretty intuitive as well. I would recommend giving them a try for the experience, and I'd probably rate it 3.5 or 4 stars out of 5. The biggest flaws (and areas for improvement) I encountered were:

  1. The solutions weren't really a puzzle, the escape rooms could be cleared simply by looking at every object in the room to find items, then systematically using those items on each other object in the room (of which there were only a few). So there wasn't a lot to actually "solve".

  1. Every time you wanted to do something, you had to say which direction to look, wait for Alexa to describe the direction, then say that you wanted to (for example) use the key on the locked door. When going back and forth between objects in different directions, that was a real hassle. When there is only one instance of an item in the room, I wish I could've just interacted with it without having to go through all those steps.
u/A_Bonfire_Of_Dreams · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

First of all, I wouldn't use the word investment in this context ever, as clearly games/consoles bought are depreciating assets barring the rare exception for collectors in 10+ years; whose value are relatively worthless considering the time accrued. But for what you are really asking, if the switch has good perceived value among the general consensus of /r/nintendoswitch subrscribers, then yes, it does. I'm only partially trolling you, this is good info here.


As a gaming system, consoles really only add value in a few ways. Hardware design/functionality, exclusives, consistency in quality, software features, & form factor.

While graphics are important, console spaces should not factor in bleeding edge graphics as it's highest priority as there is always a bigger, more expensive fish. A consistent framerate in games on that ecosystem (ideally 60) will matter more in the long run.


So let's compare the two ecosystems in question: Xbox & Switch

Switch, while performing weaker, innovates in functionality. Partially from offering choice in portability, partially from having detachable gyro equipped controllers. The Xbox has no innovation in hardware for the end user (better power distribution doesn't make One X create new gameplay experiences) , barring great refinements in conventional controller layouts.


Switch has a SHIT ton more exclusives than Xbox, despite a huge gap in console lifecycle. Consistent quality is inherently at the behest of third party developers in the Xbox ecosystem. Basically, if you can play it on Xbox you can play it on pretty much anything including your Alexa enabled direct connection to three letter agencies. It's not special.


The Switch ecosystem shows a big fuck you to the end user for backward compatibility or appreciation for old titles. It's basically up to third party developers to port their games to Switch. Xbox on the other hand loves the shit out of everything they have ever served; even their garbage, as confirmed by the backwards compatibility of Dorito's Crash Course.



So here's how you figure this out. Ask yourself the following. Do I like new Nintendo exclusives being playable while I dump more than I like playing Far Cry: I live in the Middle of Nowhere Edition? Do I like ignoring the awkward family event conversation while playing indies, or do I like avoiding those events all together in my basement playing horny wrastling girlz, X360 exXclusive Edition 12 years after it released? But maybe, consoles are just a box that play games to you, and none of the factors listed really matter. If you just want to play popular third party games in your basement, the Switch is not a good value.

The choice is yours.

u/rokasj · 2 pointsr/amazonecho

I would definitely recommend to try out "Would you rather?" to find out some things about your friends you might have not found out otherwise. While something more education or fun would be "True or False?" where you learn new facts in an engaging way and you can even play in multiplayer! We worked very hard developing these games and so I would extremely grateful for the feedback and how we could make it better for you!

u/brandonnourse · 2 pointsr/halloween

Hey guys! If you have kids and an Amazon Alexa device, I designed a kids game called Spooky Says! It's a fun and spooky version of the popular Simon Says game! Here's the link to enable in the Amazon Skills store if interested (it's completely free btw): Happy Halloween everyone!

u/Nalapops · 3 pointsr/CasualUK

It's pretty much just the game but alexa instead of noel! you have to enable it, been a while since I used it but it was pretty fun when we played last.

u/theFavbot · 13 pointsr/OutOfTheLoop

Skyrim has to this day been released on 6 different platforms, but many of these releases cane after initial launch so it’s been a joke for a while that the game will release on every platform known to mankind.

So you might see it being launched on a Game Boy Color or an Apple Watch, or even a graphing calculator (though it hasn’t actually been released on those platforms).

A 7th platform is the joke that Amazon pulled by releasing the game on Amazon Alexa:
So even Amazon joined in on that joke.

It just seems the meme is making it’s rounds again... and it’ll be back when they release it on ANOTHER platform.

u/galactoise · 2 pointsr/AmazonEchoDev

Absolutely. My skill CompliBot just hit the "Top Skills" slider for this week, and it's super simple. It has a bunch of features that other similar skills don't have, and it's much more polished, so it stands out in that regard, but compared to something like 6 Swords by TsaTsaTzu (or even my skill AstroBot) it's trivial.

This has been the case since the very beginning of the platform - it's hard to get people to engage in a meaningful way. Basically, throwing darts and seeing what sticks with small scale skills seems to be a reasonable strategy.

u/CyborgChicken- · 4 pointsr/PS4

Yeah you can play a version of it. It's gimmicky. Was fun trying it out when I first got my Echo Dot.

u/Rigshaw · 2 pointsr/MonsterHunterWorld

We've got Skyrim Special Edition, Skyrim Very Special Edition (you can actually play it on Alexa), and Skyrim VR. You could maybe count Skyrim for Nintendo Switch as well, since that is a somewhat unique version, so we are already up to Skyrim V.

u/TheAmazingJuicyBeast · 3 pointsr/fo3

Tod Howard did entertain the idea in 2009 stating:

> I think that the world of Fallout is unique enough that it could work on any platform. I think some of the things we do like VATS, I think that could translate to any platform, particularly the iPhone, We've looked into those things, we just haven't found the thing that supports the brand well. I wouldn't be surprised if it does happen one day. The iPhone versions that we've designed and said 'Ehh, we don't think we're going to do that right now,' there are ... there are a lot of them.

The statement is pretty vague but after Fallout Shelter's release and Skyrim coming out for Amazon Alexa who knows?

u/SreeChaitanya · 1 pointr/amazonecho

Hey! Check out the skill named "Letter Clutter". It's a fascinating word guessing game where you have to guess the secret four letter word with unique letters selected randomly by alexa! Do you have the deduction skills to unravel the word? Don't forget to review!

u/cake-for-breakfast · 3 pointsr/MUD

The closest is this, if you have an Alexa:

You can play Skyrim with Alexa via voice! Was once a Key and Peele skit, now reality.

If you have the Amazon app on your phone, you can play that way too:

u/SpikeStarkey · 2 pointsr/GameStop

Lets see:

  • 360
  • ps3
  • steam
  • ps3 complete edition (or w/e)
  • 360 complete edition (or w/e)
  • steam update to complete edition (or w/e)
  • xbone enhanced edition (or the, we took the good mods and just bundled them edition)
  • ps4 enhanced edition (or the, we took the good mods and just bundled them edition)
  • steam update to Enhanced Edition (or the, we took the good mods and just bundled them edition)
  • alexa version yes, it's a real thing
  • psvr edition
  • switch edition (now with hyrulean equipment!)

    Mobile ports and next Gen versions will come, I have no doubts.
u/benjamin_dinopants · 1 pointr/AskGames

Perhaps this isn't strictly what you're looking for but Amazon Echo has some voice controlled games including adventures and quizzes. e.g.

u/Key_to_the_Gate · 2 pointsr/RocketLeagueEsports

A guy called indieMango did this before, but I remember it having issues shortly after launch then never heard anything again.

I’d be interested.

u/Alarra · 3 pointsr/ElderScrolls

Well, the Very Special Edition is a real thing.... not much help in terms of music though. :P

u/SweetBearCub · 1 pointr/CatastrophicFailure

> Back to Skyrim on smart watches it goes!

Pffft. Skyrim on Alexa is for the Nords!

"[Wake word], open Skyrim"

u/postblitz · 2 pointsr/gameofthrones

Fast Travel. Thanks Todd

u/7h3_W1z4rd · 2 pointsr/MrRobot

Incase you're not aware of all of the ways the story is being told there's Elliot's Journal, the ARG, SXSW, The ECoin launch, ECoin Perks, The Daily 5/9, a mobile app as well as a rumord comic.

u/Zanguu · 1 pointr/funny

At least you can play Skyrim with Alexa

u/Jorgisven · 4 pointsr/Alexa_Skills

"Alexa, exit." tl;dr it's a choose your own adventure narrative skill, based on the USA show Mr. Robot.

Your box blinking is pure coincidence. They frequently receive off-hour (late night) updates from your provider.

u/Suekru · 1 pointr/MurderedByWords

Bethesda made it as a joke. All you have to do is download/enable it on your Alexa.

u/elie195 · 1 pointr/Competitiveoverwatch

I wrote an Alexa skill for this! It's called Overwatch League Standings. You can open it and ask for the "Top X teams", or for further details (including individual game wins/ties/losses), you can ask for the rank of a specific team. For example, "what is the rank of the Shock" or "what is the rank of San Francisco" should both work.

I’m constantly updating it with new features, so definitely let me know if you’d like something added. The API I’m using to get the data has lots of info.

u/Kichigai · 1 pointr/gaybros

> What do you mean? It’s literally the game that is on everything.

Including the Amazon Echo. I'm just waiting for them to port it to my fridge.

u/ashishjhaofficial · 1 pointr/StormArea51_et

Just ask,
"Alexa ask storm area fifty one what's the update"
"Alexa ask storm area fifty one for the game plan"

Skill Store Link -

US -

UK -

AU -

CA -

IN -

u/_ChefGoldblum · 3 pointsr/gaming

> everything that has a screen


u/sfrazer · 1 pointr/arkhamhorrorlcg

Someone has done something similar, but I haven’t the first idea how to do echo skills.

u/Cobaltjedi117 · 37 pointsr/xboxone

The Alexa one they showed off is real

u/RobertLBurr · 1 pointr/skyrim

But have you earned all the achievements for the Alexa version!?

u/cylindrical418 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

You can already, at least with alexa-powered fridges:

u/ColinStyles · 26 pointsr/pathofexile

Holy fuck, how did I miss this. I recently geared up my home and they did this perfectly, that's fucking hilarious.

what the absolute fucking hell, it's real.