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3 reasons to try the Alexa Song Quiz game today:


But first, a quick note: due to popular demand from the VoiceBrew community, VoiceBrew is going from weekly to daily! We'll deliver a short, easy-to-digest Alexa tip to you every day instead of a longer weekly email.

#1. It's easy and fun to play

Song Quiz is an Alexa game where you listen to short music clips and guess the name of the song and artist. There's a reason Song Quiz is a top-rated skill across all the 90,000+ Alexa skills and has 10,500+ reviews and 4.8 stars... It's really fun!

How to play? Just say "Alexa, play Song Quiz!"

Pro Tip: It's a lot of fun to play with friends and family, but it's also great alone -- you'll go head-to-head with another music fan as your opponent.


#2. If you're a music lover, you'll love Song Quiz no matter what decade music you like

You get to pick your favorite music decade going all the way back to the 1960's.

Each game has multiple rounds of song clips for each player to guess. The clips get more and more challenging with each round -- so the real music aficionados have an edge. 

Pro Tip: Link your Amazon account to Song Quiz for access to 500 more songs. Just open Song Quiz in your Alexa app by clicking here > Settings > Link Account and follow simple on-screen prompts.


#3. It's a great game to play with family -- especially seniors!

I spent this past weekend with my in-laws, and my father-in-law absolutely loves music from the 1960s. We had a blast playing Song Quiz together.

Pro Tip: It's also fun to play in teams. So if you're a group of 6, when Alexa asks how many players you are for the game, say 3 to play in 3 teams of 2 people each.

Want to know the best Alexa games to play when you're home alone... or looking for some lively fun... or with kids or seniors and more? Check out VoiceBrew's Complete Guide to Alexa Games.

Speaking of games, try "Alexa, open Arcade Party" for a great throwback

"Alexa, open Arcade Party" will transport you to an arcade in 1981, 1983, 1986 or 1992. Alexa will play the sounds of arcade machines from the year of your choice -- it really sounds like you're there.

It's cool to hear how different the arcades sounded in each era. When you've gotten your retro arcade throwback fix, just say "Alexa, stop."

HT Reddit user u/StressNeck.
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